Spanish jewellery brand opens concept flagship store in KL

The opening of Tous’ new concept flagship store at Suria KLCC also marks the brand’s 100th anniversary.

SPANISH jewellery and accessories brand Tous has opened a new concept flagship store at Suria KLCC.

This milestone also coincides with the brand’s celebration of its 100-year anniversary this year.

“We are proud to be the only country after Spain to have this flagship store, ” said Habib Group executive chairman Datuk Seri Meer Habib who launched the new store.

“This store will allow customers to view more collections including at the exclusive ‘heritage’ area showcasing 18k gold, diamonds and natural gemstone jewellery.

“The flagship store is also the only one in Asia to carry the exclusive Vita collection at the ‘heritage’ area.

“With the size of this store, we are able to offer more products here than at any other outlet. Apart from jewellery, there are handbags and small leather products, watches, scarves and perfume too, ” said Meer.

Tous’ new concept store invites customers to experience the brand in a more interactive way.

The store’s concept of openness matches the brand’s DNA and jewellery style whereby the interior acts as a display window showcasing products that celebrate each moment of life.

Tous KLCC welcomes customers to walk through the store to view the bestseller and iconic range at the red cabinet showcase at the front.

The concept store also enables customers to better understand the heritage of Tous with a dedicated area showcasing tools and gemstones that the brand uses.

Apart from KLCC, Tous is also available in Pavilion KL, IOI City Mall and Sunway Pyramid.

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