Italian outlet developer RDM Asia officially opened the Florentia Village in Hong Kong yesterday, offering 20 upscale brands at discounted prices.
Covering 60,000 sqft (5574 sqm), the outlet in Kwai Chung’s KC100 mall features such brands as Kenzo, Links of London, Prada, Salvatore Ferragamo and Versace.
“Hong Kong, as a shoppers’ paradise and an international city, also offers the convenience for us to connect with a range of global luxury brands to expand our brand portfolio,” says Florentia Village and RDM Asia MD Maurizio Lupi.
Founded in Italy in 1998, RDM has developed five major centres in Italy in partnership with McArthurGlen. RDM expanded to China in 2011, opening its first luxury outlet in Tianjin, followed by Shanghai and Guangzhou, with Chengdu and Wuhan outlets in the pipeline.
Invest Hong Kong has helped Florentia Village set up in Hong Kong.