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Balmain Just Opened Its First Store in the Philippines, And It Looks Like a Luxurious Parisian Apartment

The boutique serves as the country's flagship store.
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Balmain—the French fashion house favored by Beyoncé, Justin Bieber, and more—has finally opened a store in the Philippines. And, it's not just any store, too. The boutique serves as the country's flagship which makes it kind of a big deal.

Located at The Shoppes of Solaire Resort & Casino, the store looks just like a luxurious Parisian apartment. The whole design is part of creative director Olivier Rousteing's goal to transport the City of Lights to the world (in this case, the Philippines). Scroll down for a look inside.

The first Balmain store in the Philippines is located at The Shoppes of Solaire Resort & Casino.

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The 105-square-meter boutique boasts contemporary French interiors, high ceilings, and exquisite finishes.

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Peep the Versailles paneled flooring, Marquina marble counters and podiums, and polished brass hardware.

The men's section is already stocked with the fall/winter 2021 collection.

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Including classic pieces and accessories.

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On the other side, you'll find the women's section.

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Shoes and accessories included, too.

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The store is also filled with Balmain's selection of bags.

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Here's a closer look at the bags.

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A plush black leather couch sits on one cozy corner.

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