Emilio Pucci boutique at Hankyu Umeda, Osaka

July 30th, 2013 by retail design blog

Emilio Pucci has opened a boutique at the newly-renovated Hankyu Umeda luxury department store, one of the most prestigious stores in Japan. The new store concept, conceived by Creative Director Peter Dundas and designed by Joseph Dirand, evokes the maison’s Florentine headquarters, the 15th century Palazzo Pucci. Distinctive classic elements such as gold leaf and custom-made display cases in purple-veined, Breccia dei Medici marble are juxtaposed with modern design icons, such as Pierre Paulin’s Ribbon chair from 1966. It is the largest Emilio Pucci boutique in the Kansai area.







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