Saint Laurent Opens Tasteful New Stores in Greece and Spain

Saint Laurent recently opened new stores in Mykonos, Greece, and Ibiza, Spain of the Balearic Islands.

The Mykonos store is located in the “Nammos Village” and features a design that is reminiscent of the local architecture. Specifically, the walls and floors are made up of white and gray tadelakt, which is a waterproof plaster. Inside the store, nickel-plated brass structures with clear glass and exotic frayed wood fill the space. Additionally, the store has a terrace with white and black marble tables and a pergola-covered seating area. This boutique features both men’s and women’s products.

The new Ibiza store is located in La Marina and simultaneously reflects the Saint Laurent store concept while featuring a timeless Art Deco style. The store is clad in white statuario marble walls offering a seamless look. Additionally, concrete floors, walls and other structures feature nickel-plated brass and clear glass. Contrasting the white and silver color palette are dark wood benches. The boutique offers a wide range of the house’s women’s products including ready-to-wear, leather goods, shoes, sunglasses and jewelry.

Both stores are finished by a selection of African artworks and vintage furniture. Additionally, the Myknosos store is Saint Laurent’s first location in Greece.

In related news, Saint Laurent Rive Droite honors Jean-Michel Basquiat with artistic rarities.
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