This month sees the Middle East launch of online luxury boutique, The Luxury Emporium.
The Luxury Emporium showcases high quality shoes, bags, accessories and fine jewellery from leading international designers. All of the items are hand picked to appeal to a discerning eye; Guiseppe Zanotti, Proenza Schouler, Rupert Sanderson, Lara Bohinc and Pauric Sweeney all feature on the website, where your purchases are delivered straight to your door in their original packaging, then placed in bespoke gift boxes.
As part of the April launch, the company is placing a focus on Middle Eastern designers, who will be offering exclusives for new customers in this region. Darmaki, who have been generating buzz for the first high-end, internationally stocked shoe brand created by an Emirati, have joined forces with The Luxury Emporium. Bil Arabi, another favourite amongst the UAE style set because if it’s sartorial take on the Arabic language fashioned into fine jewellery, will also be available on the website in the coming weeks.
Brainchild of Irish founder, Lisa Carroll, the online boutique has quickly become a popular international online shopping destination, so extending to the Middle East was a natural evolution for the brand.
“I love the idea of The Luxury Emporium being accessible to women worldwide,” says Lisa. “We give women from all corners of the globe the opportunity to buy luxury international brands online from a safe, secure website.”
Lisa admits to always having had a passion for luxury shoes and bags and constantly dreaming about how she could turn her passion into her career. With the launch of the website here in the Middle East, where shopping for shoes and bags is almost a national sport, Lisa may be on track to finding a solid fan base.