After months of closing its doors for renovations, Greenbelt 3 reopens with several major flagship stores and first-in-the-Philippines retail concepts.
Opening its boutiques before the end of 2021 are Louis Vuitton, Fendi, Dior, Off White, Univers and Thom Browne, Bvlgari, Kenzo, Max Mara, Rimowa, Patek Philippe, and L’Officine Universelle Buly.
Meanwhile, 2022 will welcome the launch of Celine, Salvatore Ferragamo, Tod’s, Ermenegildo Zegna, Roger Vivier, Loewe, and Jimmy Choo.
The new Greenbelt 3 carries over 18 soon-to-launch brands plus an expansion of Hermes’ boutique. It flows seamlessly with the high-end stores in Greenbelt 4. Store openings at the renovated wing have gradually started this October.
Louis Vuitton unveiled its newly renovated, almost 1,000-square meter boutique that incorporates Filipino culture through its collaborations with local artists and interior design firm Philux. Stephanie and Jessica Kienle picked the furnishings for the store that will also house Bea Valdes’ “Hibla 02”, Inigo Elizalde’s Filipino-inspired rug designs, Olivia d’Aboville’s “Fields of Color”, and Monica Delgado’s “Bliss”.
Bvlgari’s Greenbelt boutique is inspired by Mediterranean origins and Roman traditions, while Dior’s outlet in the Makati-based mall will exclusively carry its seasonal women’s ready-to-wear for the first time.
Marking German luggage label Rimowa’s debut in the new wing is the launch of Rimowa Personal in limited-edition Bamboo shade, inspired by the exotic produce found in Thailand’s floating markets.
Italian brand Max Mara is planting its reigns in the mall to further its legacy of offering contemporary collections of ready-to-wear and accessories to today’s powerful women, so as French luxury label Kenzo, which is opening its first inline space on the ground floor of the refreshed wing.
Arriving for the first time in the country are Roger Vivier, known for its artistic footwear, bag, and accessories worn by royalties and celebrities; and L’Officine Universelle Buly, a Parisian perfume and cosmetics brand with a rich origin dating back to the 19th century.
To ensure guests and staff members’ safety, Greenbelt partnered with the Department of Health and the local government unit to immunize all mall employees. The mall is also a recipient of the Safety Seal.
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