Giuseppe Zanotti takes a turn in Paris this fall. As of October 8th, the fifth floor of Printemps houses a corner just for this Italian brand. The small cameo appearance, refined and elegant, is in perfect harmony with the style of the most French of France’s malls.
Architect Gianluca Bonini carries over the classic concept into freestanding elements. The ever-present white boiserie pairs with metal detailing and bronze finishes; the atmosphere is laid back, yet ever refined.
The historic boutique in Rue Saint Honoré has also taken on a new look and will reopen its doors on November 20th. Within a white frame, dark tones shake things up here and there, creating a truly captivating optical effect. The space has opened up so as to ensure better visibility for products. A wooden staircase leads to the first floor, now dedicated to sales, and featuring an area just for the Homme line. The flooring is a fascinating triptyque of marble, wood and carpet, a distinct pathway that brings customers to the discovery of the collection.