Level Shoes, the luxury footwear concept developed by Chalhoub Group, has announced the launch of a curated range of accessories. The luxury retail store will add lifestyle products to its footwear portfolio.
In keeping with the ethos of the brand, and as part of the accessories’ portfolio launch, Level Shoes aims to both showcase renowned international brands and support up-and-coming designers by giving them a platform from which to debut their products in the region for the first time.
On the accessories launch, Thierry Pichon, general manager, Level Shoes says, “Level Shoes has always been at the forefront of the luxury footwear industry and we are thrilled to announce the launch of our new accessories edit. This exciting new addition comes naturally as part of our vision in building Level Shoes as a luxury lifestyle destination. The support from the industry to create exclusive styles and collections in line with this launch has been overwhelming and we are excited to offer products from both renowned fashion houses and up-and-coming designers that will only ever be housed at Level Shoes. “
“The launch of accessories at Level Shoes is very exciting and has been in the pipeline for a long time. While some of our key partners have always offered a small selection of accessories within the Level Shoes space, we are delighted to announce this season with a curated range which includes exclusive products and brands as part of the Level Shoes portfolio, some of which are not distributed in the Middle East and in very limited retailers worldwide,” adds Alberto Oliveros, general manager, Merchandising, Level Shoes.
The high-end selection of accessories will offer a unique range of elevated and exclusive products across leather goods, jewellery, bags, eyewear scarves and hats by internationally renowned brands and fashion houses such as Alexander McQueen, Jacquemus, Dior Homme, Off-White, Maison Margiela, Ellery, Loewe, Maison Michel, Stalvey, By Far and Alessandra Rich, to name a few.
The women’s accessories collection will be available to shop in-store and online starting February 24, followed by the men’s collection in April 2019.
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