After months of closure for renovations, Greenbelt 3 is reopening with several flagship department stores and leading retail concepts in the Philippines.
The opening of its stores before the end of 2021 is Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Dior, Off White, Univers and Thom Browne, Bvlgari, Kenzo, Max Mara, Rimowa, Patek Philippe and L’Officine Universelle Buly. Meanwhile, 2022 will see the launch of Céline, Salvatore Ferragamo, Tod’s, Ermenegildo Zegna, Roger Vivier, Loewe and Jimmy Choo. The new Greenbelt 3 offers more than 18 brands to launch soon as well as an extension of the Hermes store. It fits perfectly with the upscale Greenbelt 4 stores. Store openings in the renovated wing gradually began in October. Louis Vuitton unveiled its recently renovated nearly 1,000 square meter boutique that incorporates Filipino culture through its collaborations with local artists and interior design firm Philux. Stéphanie and Jessica Kienle have chosen the furniture for the store which will also house “Hibla 02” by Bea Valdes, Filipino-inspired rugs by Inigo Elizalde, “Fields of Color” by Olivia d’Aboville and “Bliss” by Monica Delgado .
Bvlgari’s Greenbelt boutique draws inspiration from Mediterranean origins and Roman traditions, while the Dior boutique in Makati Mall will exclusively offer seasonal women’s ready-to-wear for the first time.
German luggage brand Rimowa’s debut in the new wing is marked by the launch of Rimowa Personal in a limited-edition Bamboo shade, inspired by exotic goods found in Thailand’s floating markets. Italian brand Max Mara is moving into the mall to continue its legacy by offering contemporary ready-to-wear and accessories collections to today’s powerful women, as does French luxury brand Kenzo, which opens its first online space on the ground floor. of the wing refreshed.
Arriving for the first time in the country, Roger Vivier, known for his artistic shoes, bags and accessories worn by royalty and celebrities; and L’Officine Universelle Buly, a Parisian brand of perfumes and cosmetics with a rich origin dating back to the 19th century. To ensure the safety of guests and staff, Greenbelt has partnered with the Department of Health and the local government unit to vaccinate all mall employees. The mall is also the recipient of the Security Seal.
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