The first site was opened in Shenzhen and the companies will roll out more across the FTSE 100-listed fashion designers network in the Asian country, which accounts for 40% of total sales.
The British luxury giant is looking to bring social media interactions into a physical retail environment through a dedicated WeChat mini program, where customers can unlock exclusive content and personalised experiences and share them online.
The store is made of spaces with their own concept and personality, offering a unique interactive experience.
Our store of tomorrow for today! We have opened luxurys first social retail store in Chinas technology hub Shenzhen, China. Blending the physical and social words in a digitally immersive retail experience. pic.twitter.com/57MFy3lPuW
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