Lancôme opens product 'library' in Printemps Haussman

The concession is designed by Chafik Gasmi and is designed to look like an apartment

To celebrate its 80th birthday, French brand Lancôme has opened a concession in the Printemps Haussmann department store in Paris.

Measuring 47sqm and designed by Chafik Gasmi, the stand is decked out like a Paris apartment. It features a curved herringbone parquet floor; a suspended black lacquer ceiling with crystal chandeliers and huge black hanging lamps; and white walls and mouldings. Three ‘libraries’ display the Lancôme collection of perfumes, make-up and skin care, while in the centre a 4.5m-long table, topped by five mirrors, is present where customers can try the products.

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