Integrating Swiss essence into its design, each fixture and structure in the brand’s new Takashimaya counter tells a different story
Obtaining radiant skin isn’t just about getting good sleep or cultivating healthy eating habits. Developing an effective skincare routine matters just as much. That’s why a trip to La Prairie’s first concept store at Takashimaya is a must this November.
Developed by Stana Pijunovic, in-house Chief Architect and head of a team of Swiss architects and designers, the newly reimagined concept store integrates contemporary Swiss architecture into its surroundings, and is a testament to La Prairie’s long-standing quest for timeless beauty.
With walls made from Swiss veneer wood, the brand’s counter is designed to represent the Swiss Alps and the country’s mountaineous landscape, creating an inviting yet intimate consultation space for customers to indulge in La Prairie treatments. This laidback look is set to become the brand’s signature look around the globe.
But don’t just head there to browse its products. Its Takashimaya counter is also host to a facial cabin that offers privacy for those indulging in La Prarie’s luxurious Caviar Firming Facial. Enjoy some me-time on a soft, leather-lined facial bed that can be adjusted to suit your comfort. Customers can also do their quick touch-ups post-treatment at the vanity table, where La Prairie’s extensive range of makeup and skincare products are displayed.
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