By  on September 22, 2011

Harvey Nichols is planning to open a more than 83,000-square-foot flagship in Hong Kong next month, joining a growing list of new stores in the shopping capital.

Harvey Nichols will open in Pacific Place with an inaugural event Oct. 18. The retailer said its owner and operator, Dickson Concepts (International) Ltd., has invested more than 150 million Hong Kong dollars, or $19.25 million, in the space, which will carry a wide range of women’s wear, men’s wear, accessories, jewelry and other items. Harvey Nichols will keep its existing store in the central district as a smaller branch.

There have been several store openings in Hong Kong in recent weeks. Valentino just opened its first-ever men’s only store at the Landmark Central. Last month, Neil Barrett opened a Zaha Hadid-designed store in the same mall.

Also of note, Kate Spade has a new flagship at Pacific Place shopping center, and last week, Van Cleef & Arpels feted its new Maison flagship on Chater Road with actress Cate Blanchett in attendance at the opening party.

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