Oct 28, 2014

GIUDI Celebates Opening of First Store in Asia

GIUDI, an Italian leather goods brand, celebrated its official opening of the first GIUDI store in Asia on 16 October at its newly designed space in Mandarin Gallery. Guests were treated to a fashion presentation hosted by MTV VJ Hanli Hoefer along with a spread of delicious canapés and free flow Prosecco.

“I am proud to open the first flagship store in Singapore. We have designs unique to Asia and every piece is handcrafted with love. Our products are made in Italy with only the finest leather,” said the 29-year-old CEO of GIUDI, Mr Eros Pennacchioni, who flew down from Italy to grace the event.

GIUDI aims to be an affordable luxury brand that defines both style and quality of Italian craftsmenship. The brand takes pride in ensuring that all leather used is tanned with natural, eco-friendly essences called Vacchetta, by an Italian Tannery located in Tuscany. All products are certified by the “Vera Pelle Italiana” consortium.

GIUDI - Mandarin Gallery Boutique is now open at 333A Orchard Road #02-21.

Diamonds are Forever at CHATEAUX

Earlier this month, jewelry brand WORLD OF DIAMONDS hosted an invite-only casino themed "Diamonds are Forever" party at boutique nightclub CHÂTEAUX. In true bond style, an Aston Martin was parked at the beginning of the red carpet, models were draped in over 38 million dollars worth of diamond jewelry, and guests were treated to champagne, vintage wines, premium organic caviar, as well as bespoke canapés and the signature cocktail of the night - the “Vesper Martini”.

Karan Tilani, Group Director of the WORLD OF DIAMONDS hosted the spectacular event, which was attended by some of Singapore’s most elite. His Excellency Luis Fernando de Andrade Serra, Ambassador of Brazil, His Excellency Thomas Kupfer, Ambassador of Switzerland, Dan Simion, Deputy High Commissioner of the Embassy of Romania, Dr Gianluca Rubagotti, Deputy High Commissioner of the Embassy of Italy and Commander Sean O’Connor, Attache’ to the Embassy of the United States, were all in attendance.