Galleria Guanggyo, Seoul and Tang's Singapore
A year after unveiling our minimalist, nature-themed retail concept space at New York’s Bergdorf Goodman, we’ve continued to open new counters around the world.
From the four backlit animal icons representing land, water and air to fine-art photography of wildlife and botanicals on display, walking into one of Chantecaille’s new luxe retail spaces is an immersion in the global world of Chantecaille—from our devotion to natural ingredients to our passion for conservation philanthropy. We can’t wait to see you in person! Until we can, here’s a quick tour of these gorgeous spaces.
In July 2020, the Chantecaille counter at Tang’s in Singapore welcomed guests into the 400 square-foot boutique-within-a-store. Sylvie was inspired by her French heritage to include a modern take on an oval borne settee, topped with the brand’s iconic African elephant, which centers the light-filled atelier. With our first private facial cabin in Southeast Asia, Chantecaille at Tang’s offers VIP customers the full experience of Chantecaille hero products and new, bespoke services, such as our exclusive revitalizing treatments. Tang’s was one of five new Chantecaille retail spaces to open in Asia in 2020—notably, including at Galleria Gwanggyo in Seoul and Hong Kong’s sumptuous Sunplaza Duty Free.
Working with renowned designer Uli Wagner, Chantecaille opened a luxe spa treatment room Harrods Lower Ground Hall in early 2020, an extension of our new retail space in Harrods’ White Hall. The purity of the architectural elements, simple geometry, and softened edges reinforce a relaxing ambience and are reinterpreted into a warm and inviting luxe spa room, where our signature facial is powered by the exclusive Revitalizing Massage Lifting machine.
Bergdorf Goodman, New York
Unveiled in August 2019, our flagship counter at Bergdorf Goodman, our first retail partner, was conceived by Uli Wagner using natural textures and materials like oak and marble to mirror nature, with Sylvie Chantecaille’s favorite animal, the elephant, welcoming visitors from the counter. “Our vision was a warm wood backdrop that would ground us and take everything back to nature, showcasing all aspects of Chantecaille in a striking, luxurious setting,” Sylvie says.