Fauré Le Page Has Opened its First Ever Boutique in the Middle East

Photo: Courtesy of Fauré Le Page
French luxury brand Fauré Le Page has opened the doors its first ever boutique in the Middle East, debuting at the Fashion Avenue of The Dubai Mall. Founded in 1717 during the early reign of King Louis XV, the House of Fauré Le Page began as a firearms and swords manufacturer for the French Royalty and has since expanded its portfolio to luxury bags, leather accessories and much more.
Photo: Courtesy of Fauré Le Page
The brand’s new boutique pays homage to the traditional Moucharaby latticework with a decorative glass storefront along with its signature engraved scale pattern, while the revamped interiors showcase the brand’s vision for the future. The boutique also indulges its guests with an immersive visual experience and invites shoppers to take part in the world of Fauré Le Page and its legacy.
Photo: Courtesy of Fauré Le Page
The place, set against minimalist furniture with its clean lines, a carpet of daisies, and ancient trees, stays true to the brand’s slogan, ‘Armed for Seduction’, by nurturing an element of surprise and awe through its offerings.
Photo: Courtesy of Fauré Le Page
The brand has served notable clients such as Napolean Bonaparte, King Louis XVIII, and many other royals throughout the history of Europe, marked by glorious craftsmanship and expertise during their arms and weaponry era. The new direction of the luxury house ensures that its history and accomplishments are carried on to the modern age, while the brand’s flagship at 21, rue Cambon in Paris acknowledges its background.
Read Next: Starchitect Peter Marino on Reimagining Dior’s Iconic 30 Avenue Montaigne Boutique

Photo: Courtesy of Fauré Le Page

French luxury brand Fauré Le Page has opened the doors its first ever boutique in the Middle East, debuting at the Fashion Avenue of The Dubai Mall. Founded in 1717 during the early reign of King Louis XV, the House of Fauré Le Page began as a firearms and swords manufacturer for the French Royalty and has since expanded its portfolio to luxury bags, leather accessories and much more.

Photo: Courtesy of Fauré Le Page

The brand’s new boutique pays homage to the traditional Moucharaby latticework with a decorative glass storefront along with its signature engraved scale pattern, while the revamped interiors showcase the brand’s vision for the future. The boutique also indulges its guests with an immersive visual experience and invites shoppers to take part in the world of Fauré Le Page and its legacy.

Photo: Courtesy of Fauré Le Page

The place, set against minimalist furniture with its clean lines, a carpet of daisies, and ancient trees, stays true to the brand’s slogan, ‘Armed for Seduction’, by nurturing an element of surprise and awe through its offerings.

Photo: Courtesy of Fauré Le Page

The brand has served notable clients such as Napolean Bonaparte, King Louis XVIII, and many other royals throughout the history of Europe, marked by glorious craftsmanship and expertise during their arms and weaponry era. The new direction of the luxury house ensures that its history and accomplishments are carried on to the modern age, while the brand’s flagship at 21, rue Cambon in Paris acknowledges its background.

Read Next: Starchitect Peter Marino on Reimagining Dior’s Iconic 30 Avenue Montaigne Boutique

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