Nirav Modi launches first international flagship boutique in Hong Kong

Jewelry brand Nirav Modi launches first international flagship boutique in Hong Kong

November 2, 2016: Luxury diamond jewellery brand, Nirav Modi, celebrated the launch of its first international flagship store in Hong Kong, at the city’s cultural and shopping landmark, 1881 Heritage. At this occasion, founder of the brand, Mr. Nirav Modi said, “We are glad to establish an international flagship boutique in Hong Kong, the epicentre of Asia. It has been a pleasure to witness this enthralling market and we look forward to growing in this region.”

Nirav Modi boutique in Hong Kong

The celebrations saw two honorary guests in attendance – award winning actress Zhang Ziyi, wearing Spring Delight Necklace and Earrings, and Korean superstar, Rain, along with Mrs. Angelina Ypma – Global President of Nirav Modi, and Ms. Resina Wog – Director of Cheung Kong Property Holdings Ltd.

Nirav Modi fashion show

After the opening ceremony, VIP guests were invited to a private dinner hosted at Hullett House. The guests were mesmerized by the profuse luminosity from a spectacular model jewelry show with Nirav Modi’s select jewels. A spectacular performance by Rain during the event was a perfect addition to the evening.

The 3,000 sq. ft. space of the boutique has an elegant and polished environment. The use of quality materials, different tones of mother of pearls, fine metals from brushed silver to shiny rose gold, luxurious velvets, sparkling crystals and luminous frosted glass all add to the charm of the boutique. In tandem with its other global stores, this store features handcrafted paper art window friezes.

Coordinates: Shop G16 & G17A, 1881 Heritage, 2A Canton Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon
Tel: +852 2420 6000

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