Guess who’s back? Sephora to open Hong Kong store after nine-year absence

Guess who’s back? Sephora to open Hong Kong store after nine-year absence

Sephora is hoping for second-time lucky on the Hong Kong market, returning to the Chinese island some nine years after it withdrew, according to a report published by the South China Morning Post.

The LVMH-owned beauty retailer is opening a store-within-a-store at the IFC Mall, leasing a 4,000 sq ft space in high street fashion outlet, Zara, for some HK$2 million per month, according to the South China Morning Post quoting Chinese media reports as its source.

“Sephora offers a wide range of European brands to customers at an affordable price level, which is definitely a good option for shopeprs in IFC Mall,” Kevin Lam, Executive Director and Head of Retail Services at Cushman & Wakefield told the South China Morning Post. Neither Sephora not LVMH responded to a request for comment from the South China Morning Post.

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