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Stephen Webster opens Marbella boutique

 

February 24, 2009 - Luxury jeweller Stephen Webster has announced the opening of a concept boutique in the heart of Puerto Banus, Marbella, in Spain.

Designed in collaboration with renowned interiors expert Kelly Hoppen, the boutique is situated in the exclusive portside shopping district ‘Muelle de Rivera’.

The Stephen Webster boutique exudes luxury, with stunning fine jewellery and silver collections displayed amongst blackened coral within floating glass fish tanks. Whilst chain embellished chairs, Mother of pearl framed art work and dramatic chandeliers create a truly opulent setting.

This is one of many collaborative design projects between Stephen Webster and Kelly Hoppen, the results of which heighten the distinctive brand ambience that Stephen Webster is renowned for: high luxe glamour with a rock and roll edge.

The boutique will showcase the fine jewellery collections ‘Crystal Haze’, ‘Vortex’, ‘Femme Fatale’, and ‘Thorn’, as well as the full Men’s & Women’s silver lines at Puerto José Banús, Casa F, Local 21 del Muelle de Rivera, Marbella, Málaga, 29660 Spain.

www.stephenwebster.com


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