Lladro presents their latest collection for SS ‘20 at the newly launched store in Palladium, Mumbai.
Photos by Luxe Code
For over 60 years, Lladró has perfected the design and manufacturing know-how in porcelain at its only factory in Valencia. They open their doors at Palladium in Mumbai in a spacious setting that forms the perfect backdrop to their iconic and luxurious designs.
Sculptors and artisans make each piece with meticulous attention to detail in a handcrafted process that combines age-old in-house techniques and the brand’s own unmistakable range of colours. Lladró also explores the vast creative potential of porcelain in collaboration with renowned designers and contemporary artists. The brand’s world embraces sculptures, lighting, home decor, interior design projects and fashion accessories.
Celebrated throughout the world, Lladró is an ambassador for Spain in more than 100 countries to which it exports its pieces in an exclusive network of boutiques and authorised retailers.
The collections on offer are quirky and one-of-a-kind additions to your home decor.
Mr. Nikhil Lamba, CEO Lladro India in an interview with Luxe Code:
What was the idea behind launching this store in Mumbai?
Lladró was acquired by PHI in 2017. India has been in focus, since then we have relocated to prime locations in Delhi ,Chennai, & Kolkata.
We saw a need of relocating to a prime location on the lines of the new image boutique in the financial capital.
These stores have been designed by the renowned architect Héctor Ruíz Velázquez showcasing the changing modern image of the brand. We want to show our new image with this concept store
What can customers expect from the store?
Lladró is the success story of an iconic Spanish brand. A world leader in the design, manufacturing and distribution of porcelain art creations. This boutique is a unique mix of talent, audacity and meticulousness in the quest for excellence.From sculpture to lighting, home accessories & fragrance and jewelry you can find all the diverse category in the flagship store at Palladium Mumbai.