Schiaparelli Celebrated Exclusive Boutique Opening At Harrods
On Tuesday, March 21st, the Maison Schiaparelli celebrated the launch of its new boutique at the department store Harrods in London, with a special cocktail and dinner.
The evening was co-hosted by Schiaparelli Creative Director, Daniel Roseberry, and Schiaparelli CEO, Delphine Bellini. Guests in attendance included actress Joan Collins*, model Naomi Campbell*, actress Emilia Clarke*, actress Naomie Harris*, actress Ruth Wilson*, actress Gwendoline Christie*, singer Pixie Lott*, and socialite Sabine Getty*.
Other notable guests include leading Talent from the Fashion and Luxury industry such as Ib Kamara, photographer Juergen Teller, photographer Nadine Ijewere, milliner Stephen Jones, photographer Rafael Pavarotti, photographer Campbell Addy, among others.
Guests were treated to an early look at the new Schiaparelli boutique at Harrods on the Superbrands floor. And then for the dinner, guests were met with stunning decorations, with a Schiaparelli Shocking pink inspired floral arrangement and specially curated menu at The Belgravia.
Schiaparelli has opened the doors to its very first British flagship store at Harrods, London’s milestone shopping destination. Designed as an exclusive and desirable setting reflecting the spirit of the Maison, the Schiaparelli boutique at Harrods holds a wide selection of ready-to-wear pieces, such as tailoring, evening wear and signature designs to address the surge in demand from British customers.
The Maison’s iconic best selling leather goods, such as the Secret and Face handbag collections, are available in a wide range of colourways and fabrics. The most limited edition styles, like the bijoux Face bag, are also available. A full range of additional leather goods and accessories, such as Schiaparelil’s signature jewellery collection, are an important part of the product offer in the boutique.
Schiaparelli’s Creative Director Daniel Roseberry took inspiration for the space from the Maison’s rich creative heritage, with references to Jean Michel Frank, Alberto Giacometti, Salvador Dali and other culturally defining Schiaparelli collaborators. It evokes the iconic Atelier of the Maison Schiaparelli located on Place Vendôme, in Paris.
*Denotes guests dressed by Schiaparelli.