Kuala Lumpur luxury shopping centre The Starhill, previously known as Starhill Gallery, has revealed its brand line up ahead of its relaunch early next year.
The Starhill’s ground floor will house high-end tenants including Balmain, Davidoff Cigars, Louis Vuitton, Off-White, Roberto Coin, Patek Philippe, Philipp Plein, Tom Ford and Shiatzy Chen.
The upper floor features exclusive flagship boutiques, including Bedat & Co, Cecil Purnell, Cortina Watch, HYT and Rolex. Audemars Piguet will double its flagship store size with a new and refreshed interior concept on this floor.
Several international brands plan to launch their first flagship stores in Malaysia in the rebuilt centre, including Paul & Shark and Stefano Ricci.
“Tenants will showcase refreshed new concepts in order to offer both our loyal clientele and new shoppers a whole new experience in our Home of the Tastemakers,” said Joseph Yeoh, VP of YTL Land & Development.
“Our transformed boutique mall presents four floors of premium retail environment, designed to defy the ever-prevalent cookie-cutter mall trend and to offer every visitor more meaning, authenticity and connection.”
Meanwhile, The Starhill Dining will open in December with a collection of dining and entertainment concepts, including Shook!, Luk Yu Tea House, and Jogoya.
And facing the street will be a caviar and seafood bar and fashion lounge Mari*Star – a brand new concept by The Marini’s Group.
“We will be welcoming a number of top global brands to complement the brands that our patrons have come to love in The Starhill over the years,” Yeoh added. “This new incarnation of The Starhill is a crucial undertaking that strengthens our position at the forefront of the fast-changing and fluid retail landscape.”