LONDON — Jo Malone London has a new home. The brand has moved out of the Estée Lauder headquarters on Mayfair’s Grosvenor Street and into a Georgian townhouse at 52 Gloucester Place, London.
“I wanted it to look like the boxes,” said interior designer Rose Uniacke, who curated the space with creative director James Gager. “The metal light fittings are custom-made and depict oak leaves to reflect the botanics that go into the fragrances. I wanted to reflect the colors, atmosphere, spirit and luxury of Jo Malone London so the walls are chalky, the curtains are full and rich, and the floors are raw wood.”
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