Chromatic romanticism and imperial elegance meet in the renewed Dolce&Gabbana Boutique on Rue du Faubourg St. Honoré in Paris.
At numbers 5 and 3 of one of the most refined streets in the French capital, the Men’s and Women’s boutique extends over two floors in a typically Parisian nineteenth-century architectural style building.
The facade, also restored, conceals two shops now unified and separated only by an internal courtyard.
Through precious materials and craftsmanship, the shop reflects the Dolce&Gabbana codes, cast in a warm and romantic colour palette.
The union of Italian and French aesthetics, two realities very close to each other and with a thousand-year history, reflects the desire to create boutiques distinguished by its DNA, however amalgamated with the values and distinctive features of the host culture. Thus elements attributable to the architectural style of the Roman Empire are combined with decorations inspired by the Napoleonic Empire, while always keeping the Baroque influence as protagonist.