Experience luxury at Tom Ford Beauty's new Kuala Lumpur store

  • Style
  • Monday, 09 Jul 2018

The two Private Makeup Services areas provides appointment-only services with Tom Ford Beauty Specialists.

Following the opening of its flagship store in Covent Garden in London in November last year, American luxury beauty brand Tom Ford Beauty has just opened a standalone store in Kuala Lumpur.

The new store at Suria KLCC is the second in the world, offering the ultimate in luxury beauty. Its interior design of light and layered grey glass sculpture creates a visually arresting play on objects and space, while highlighting his collection of makeup, skincare and fragrance for women and men.

Halos of light coating white marble slabs showcase the exquisite design of his products, fully immersing customers in the convergence of glamour and technology for the most luxurious retail experience.

In the 926sq ft (86sq m) store, discover the latest launches and most wanted colours and enter Tom Ford’s personal scent laboratory, where the brand is transforming how consumers try a fragrance. Explore the unconventional scents that make up the artisanal Private Blend Collection. Customers can also experience the Oud and Neroli Portofino Collections, the Tom Ford for Men skincare and grooming collection and a luxury gifting station.

The two Private Makeup Services areas provide appointment-only services with Tom Ford Beauty Specialists. The brand also offers fragrance customisation and makeup services such as application, Tom Ford’s Shade and Illuminate philosophy, definitive brows, VIP masterclasses and bridal services.

The Makeup lounge is the ultimate space for private cosmetic and fragrance one-to-one consultations. The sculptural, lighting design and digital screens create the most exclusive space to showcase the products.


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