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Ittierre set to unveil multibrand HIT Gallery in Hong Kong

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Sep '12
The Italian textile group Ittierre S.p.A is all set to unveil its new HIT Gallery global retail concept store in Hong Kong on September 29, 2012. 
 
The 100-square-metre long store will offer all the brands that the company produces, including Pierre Balmain, Tommy Hilfiger Collection, Karl Lagerfeld Paris, C’n’C Costume National, Aquascutum, Galliano, GF Ferré and Fiorucci.
 
The new multi-brand outlet, designed by the famous Italian architect and designer ‘Fabio Novembre’, will have the classical Italian symmetrical structure with row of arches in one dominant shade compensated by two-toned floorings.
 
The outlet is also adorned with resemblances of the dreamlike feelings and altered perceptions of Giorgio De Chirico’s paintings, revealed the company. 
 
The Italian textile giant owns more than 50 HIT Gallery stores worldwide, with 30 in Asia alone. The firm plans to open another HIT Gallery multi-brand outlet in Milan by 2012-end. 
 
Ittierre was acquired by the intimate and beach apparel specialist Albisetti S.p.A last year. Established in 1977, Albisetti S.p.A also manufactures sportswear, kidswear and leisure wear. 
 

Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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