A multi-brand boutique of luxury clothes, shoes and accessories was opened in St. Petersburg on Nevsky Prospect, 150. The boutique presents men's collections of brands Luigi Borrelli, d'Avenza, Sartoria Santandrea, Colombo, Hawkes and John Lobb.
The area of the store is 165 sq. meters, assortment - Italian costumes, shirts, outerwear, classic shoes, travel bags, hats, canes.
The boutique space was designed by the British design agency Klectiv London. Wood, metal, brass, leather, eco-textiles and black marble are the key materials in the design of the boutique's space. The trading floor is divided into several zones, in each of which you can not only examine and try on clothes, but also relax and play chess. Other goods are neatly arranged on the shelves of the boutique - cufflinks, shaving products, exclusive gifts from William and Son and David Linley. These items also play a role in the design of the boutique - they brighten up the space. St-James presents shoes from the oldest London manufactory John Lobb.
First St-James Store was opened in 2004 in Moscow. Today there are seven St-James boutiques in Russia: four in the capital, one in Yekaterinburg, one in Rostov-on-Don and one in St. Petersburg. St-James retail is being developed by a large Russian distributor and retailer selling luxury goods, JamilKo.