Versace opens a new boutique in Tokyo, in the famous Ginza district, embodying the concept created by Donatella Versace in collaboration with the English architect Jamie Fobert.

The store has an area of 430 square meters, blending opulence and the Italian architectural tradition with the dynamism and energy of Versace today. Mosaics in marble, brass and perspex add life to a luxurious, contemporary environment in which to show the prêt-à-porter, women’s, men’s and accessory collections of Versace.

A place of encounter between past and future, the boutique has mosaic floors inspired by the Byzantine churches of the 9th century, in contrast with the perspex walls and shelves that seem to hover above. The circular pattern of the mosaic floors echoes the shape of the walls. Brass is the protagonist of the metal parts, confirming the atmosphere of maximum luxury in the boutique.

The second floor, for menswear, has floors in Fior di Bosco marble, while the third floor, for womenswear, is in Fior di Pesco: together, they create a unique, exclusive setting.