Lagardère adds to HKIA’s fashion credentials with Stuart Weitzman store

By Charlotte Turner |

Stuart-Weiztman-Lagardere-HKIA-leadLagardère Travel Retail and Stuart Weitzman opened the brand’s first global airport boutique in Hong Kong International Airport on 16 August.


A global icon in designer footwear, Stuart Weitzman – owned by Tapestry, Inc – operates 128 retail stores globally. It is also sold through licensed international stores,  shop-in-shops, luxury retailers, specialty stores and via e-commerce sites in the United States, Canada, Europe, China, Japan and Australia.


The brand’s footwear and accessories are now sold in more than 70 countries.


Located after security at Hong Kong International Airport, the store design echoes the ‘modern, feminine sensibility’ integral to the brand’s DNA, says Lagardère.



Travellers can expect an assortment from Stuart Weitzman’s new futuristic-inspired Fall 2019 Collection, in addition to pieces from the SW Logo series, including the Frances loafers with the new SW emblem ‘gold-toned hardware’.



The brand’s footwear and accessories are now sold in more than 70 countries.

“This timeless style, which has already become an instant classic, will be introduced in a variety of easy-to-wear hues,” adds Lagardère. “In addition, array of SW signature silhouettes, such as the Nudistsong stilettos and Nearlynude block-heel sandals, will be available.


“For more than 35 years, the red-carpet favourite brand has designed accessories that inspire women to feel beautiful on their own terms.


“Synonymous with strength in femininity, Stuart Weitzman is defined by an energetic, modern and bold attitude and is known for its unique approach to melding fashion, function and fit in every silhouette. The brand’s effortless, on-trend designs are engineered to empower women with both confidence and comfort, so they can conquer every day, one stylish step at a time.”



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