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Luk Fook opens Causeway Bay flagship

Aug 14, 2015


Luk Fook Holdings has opened a three-storey Lukfook Jewellery flagship store in Causeway Bay.

The group held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new store this week, inviting Japanese cartoon character Rilakkuma to join in the celebrations.

Wong Wai Sheung, chairman and CEO of Luk Fook said the three storey shop is located in the central area of Causeway Bay, “a shopping hotspot with high pedestrian flow”.

“We believe that the opening of new shop at a prominent location not only expands our sales network, but also brings convenience to the tourists and local customers for their leisure shopping in Hong Kong. As a globally renowned jewellery brand, the group will continue to optimise the retail network in Hong Kong and provide high-quality jewellery products and excellent services for customers.”
Featuring prominent three storey tall mega billboard advertising, the store is decorated with luminous materials, such as mirrors and metal steel, with leather interspersed throughout the shop to create a more distinct three-dimensional and multi-layered effect and “a soft yet noble and elegant shopping environment”.

The first floor of the shop features a ‘Western Wedding Zone’ in the warm, romantic pink tone to display a wide variety of wedding jewellery products. New couples and their families can select wedding jewellery in a comfortable and spacious environment. In addition, our professional sales team offers professional advice, and provides caring value-added services including providing shawl of Chinese-style dress to match with the selected gold jewellery, and free on-site engraving services, etc, for customers to enjoy a superior shopping experience.

The store is located on the Ground, 1st and 2nd floors of 499 Hennessy Rd.

Source: insideretail.asia

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