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Bucharest gets first Roberto Cavalli flagship store
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Dec '12
Roberto Cavalli is pleased to announce the opening of the brand’s first store in Romania, in the capital Bucharest. The boutique is located in the prestigious luxury gallery The Grand Avenue, within the JW Marriott Hotel, the focal point of Romanian fashion and style.

With more than 150 square meters, the boutique will embody the modern elegance and glamour of the Cavalli world, and represent the innovative ‘global fashion store’ concept, like other Cavalli flagship stores located in other major cities of the world like London, Paris, Madrid, New Delhi, Tokyo and New York.

The boutique will be created using the finest materials, many of which are produced in Italy exclusively for Roberto Cavalli.

The store will host the women’s prêt-à-porter collections, evening wear displayed in a dedicated VIP room, accessories, eyewear, beachwear, perfumes, timewear and kidswear collections.

The layout of the space has been carefully designed in such a way to emphasize the various product categories present in the store. The whole boutique is characterized by a floor created in large slabs of dark brown quartzite mixed with crystal dust that together reflect the light within the space.

Walls of dark brown and ivory stucco are highlighted with gold tones. Backlit crystal displays are illuminated and set into the walls. Armchairs and ottomans upholstered in dark brown aged leather and python printed leather compliment the brown pony rugs that complete the boutique.

“I decided to open a boutique in Bucharest because I think this city represents one of the newest luxury and fashion markets … I believe the women of this country will become wonderful customers, because my style is perfect for them…” Roberto Cavalli

Roberto Cavalli


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