By  on January 8, 2019

LONDON — Bond Street has been beating to the rhythm of luxury flagship openings, including Stella McCartney, Pomellato, Cartier, Givenchy and now Alexander McQueen, which has landed in the former DKNY space with a colorful explosion of handmade butterflies, a new interiors concept and all product categories under the same roof.

Spanning nearly 11,000 square feet, it is four times bigger than the former flagship across the street. It boasts soaring ceilings and a primeval feel, with honey-toned, boulder-like sculptures that serve as product displays, oak and walnut lining walls, floors and ceilings, and spacious dressing rooms that resemble yurts plucked from the Old Silk Road.

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