With a floor space of 150 square metres in the third gallery, this new sales point carries Frette‘s bed and bath linen collections as well as an elegant selection of accessories for the home and the table linen range.
The black marble and satin-finished bronze fittings throughout the store complement the rich, original architecture of the building, one of Russia’s most iconic nineteenth-century constructions. The store’s design concept evokes Frette’s image with refined, modern interiors and walls in the brand’s signature shade of green-blue, creating a timeless style and showcasing the elegance of Frette products.
“Russia is a key market for Frette and this new opening establishes our presence in the heart of the Russian capital,” comments Filippo Arnaboldi, CEO of Frette.
“We aim to set the standard for the international luxury market and become the brand synonymous with home linen and interior décor, further strengthening our relationship with both end clients and design professionals.
“We are delighted to collaborate with Bosco di Ciliegi, as their professionalism and exceptional market knowledge will assist us in achieving these goals.”
Since its founding in 1860, Frette has become the benchmark for interior designers and architects alike. Its range of linens and home décor accessories are not only chosen for private homes, but also for some of the world’s most celebrated hotels and luxury yachts.