Dolce&Gabbana Casa’s first standalone flagship store in the UK has made a grand entrance into London’s Brompton Design District, adding a new dimension to the city’s luxury interior landscape. Located at 220 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, the 3,400 sq ft boutique is a space where luxury interiors and immersive brand experiences come together.
Situated within the South Kensington Estates portfolio, the London Flagship demonstrates the Italian brand’s commitment to luxury and style. Following the success of the 2022 concept stores in Milan, the new Dolce&Gabbana Casa in London reflects the brand’s aesthetic philosophy. The store’s design, a collaboration with the Luxury Living Group, harmoniously blends neoclassical elements with the brand’s distinctive style, creating an intriguing interplay of contrasts.
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Karl Elliott, Head of Asset and Property Management for South Kensington Estates, emphasises the significance of this launch. “This corner of South Kensington and Knightsbridge is a hub for design lovers from all over the world,” he says. The area, known for its rich design culture, fashion and food, is now enriched by the presence of Dolce&Gabbana Casa.
The interior of the boutique is a spectacle in itself. Dark walls act as a canvas against which the furniture collection stands out. The classic architecture, reinterpreted through the Dolce&Gabbana lens, features striking pillars and columns that provide a unique backdrop for the brand’s bold furnishings.
The Dolce&Gabbana Casa collection is a dive into the lavish and eclectic. From upholstery to prints, carpets to lampshades, each piece in the collection reflects the brand’s commitment to luxury and design. The prints, ranging from Blu Mediterraneo to Oro24K, are a celebration of colour, pattern and opulence.
This new space on Brompton Road, alongside the recently opened corner in Harrods, marks a significant expansion for Dolce&Gabbana Casa in London. The brand’s foray into the world of furniture is a natural progression of its creative vision, maintaining its ‘Made in Italy’ traditions in every stitch and furniture display.
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