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    Chanel opens its first boutique in Bahrain

    Mahak Saxena

    With a one-on-one service, private beauty room and repair service

    For Chanel-loving, Bahrain residents, the wait is finally over. Chanel now has a boutique in the country.

    You can now shop Chanel’s latest collections at Marassi Galleria mall in Diyar Al Muharraq. At the luxurious store you can explore the House's clothing collections, watches, fine jewellery, fragrances and beauty, all while being surrounded by lavish decor.

    The boutique was designed by renowned architect Peter Marino, who has worked with the brand for 25-years. He reinterpreted the sophisticated essence of the House within a Middle Eastern context. Drawing inspiration from Chanel's historic boutique in Deauville, Marino infused Art Deco design into the space, harmonising black marble, white stone, and gold accents to reflect the brand’s signature simplicity.

    Occupying a 700-square-metre expanse on the mall's first floor, the space welcomes guests with an array of accessories. Exclusive salons showcase a curated selection of iconic handbags, footwear, jewellery, eyewear, scarves and leather goods. 

    The Ready-to-Wear salon is intimate yet inviting — designed to look like Mademoiselle Chanel's Parisian apartment. Shoppers can sit on plush tweed sofas, while admiring the latest from Chanel's Spring-Summer 2024 pre-collection. For a personalised experience, there are private salons equipped with fitting rooms, where you can experience impeccable service.

    Accessible through its own dedicated entrance, an adjoining Chanel Fragrance & Beauty boutique showcases the House’s lines of perfumes, make-up and skincare. There is also a private beauty room where you can try the products.

    For those who wish to elevate their experience, there is a one-on-one appointment service available with Chanel's attentive staff. And with restoration services on site, beyond your purchase you can rest assured that your items will be looked after for years to come.

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