Ever Rich DF unveils luxury fashion boutiques hall at Taoyuan Terminal 2

By Luke Barras-hill |


A Gucci boutique joins a number of others at the 1,653sq m luxury hall.

Taiwan’s Ever Rich Duty Free has introduced a new high-fashion boutiques area at Taoyuan International Airport Terminal 2.

Completed earlier this year, the 1,653 sq m hall situated at the C-section of the terminal (post immigration and security) features monobrand spaces for brands such as Gucci, Moncler, Saint Laurent, Tod’s, Chloé and Montblanc, plus two Taiwan travel retail first brands in Roger Vivier and Balenciaga.

“This fashion hall aims to impress travellers with an elite yet comfortable shopping experience,” said Ever Rich Duty Free.

“The architectural design is a bold attempt to highlight the timeless details of the building. The entire area is floored with an upscale marble. This seamlessly smooth layout provides an elegant ballroom look.

“Ever Rich has also imported special ceiling materials from France which provides a natural lighting that creates a bright and non-oppressive environment for the sophisticated shopper.”


Ever Rich Duty Free has been concentrating its efforts on two terminal renovation projects since last year, with new F&B services and a refurbished P&C zone adding to the mix.


Two designer brands, Roger Vivier (pictured) and Balenciaga, have arrived at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Terminal 2 in a first for Taiwan’s travel retail market.

“These accomplishments highlight Everrich’s proficiency and commitment to improve Taoyuan airport’s infrastructure and commercial enterprises,” added Ever Rich Duty Free.

“Ever Rich believes that the airport is not only the start or an end of a trip; it’s a part of the journey. Ever Rich has put forth a great amount of effort into bringing complete satisfaction to travellers during their brief stay at Taoyuan International Airport.”


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