The Hermès store at Liat Towers has finally reopened after fifteen months of renovations, offering a retail experience across four floors topped off with a stunning facade.
The 670 sq m of retail and exhibition space features windows of different heights and sizes, angled and furnished with Venetian blinds to block out direct sunlight.
The store has been expanded by 4m towards Angullia Park where its new main entrance is, creating a porch-like shelter as customers alight from the road.
On the rooftop of the boutique is the recognisable statue of the iconic Hermes firework-maker on horseback, with Singapore only the second store in the world after Miami to feature the sculpture on its exterior.
(L-R) Hermes CEO Axel Dumas, Jin Ow, and WardrobeTrendsFashion CEO, Herbert Rafael