Luxury Mobile Phone Accessorizer Givori Launches Partnership with Harvey Nichols in Riyadh
Givori, the luxury accessorizer specializing in mobile art, is partnering with Harvey Nichols in Riyadh to bring its unique products to customers in the Kingdom.
The expansion into KSA follows Givori’s successful operation in Harvey Nichols, Dubai, and is fuelled by Saudi customers’ demand for fashion-forward mobile phones and accessories, created with the highest quality materials, and hand crafted by expert designers.
Givori was launched in 2007, and the brand combines fashion, style and technology to create outstanding design pieces. Using luxury materials such as exotic skins, mother of pearl, Swarovski crystals, and very rare European vintage trinkets, each handset is fashioned with meticulous craftsmanship.
“Givori’s presence in Harvey Nichols is an asset to the store, and we are confident that our valued clientele will be inspired by the luxury pieces,” stated Betina Qubbaj, Events and Personal Shopping Manager, Harvey Nichols Riyadh. “Saudi consumers are fashion savvy, with a taste for the decadence and the exclusivity that the Givori brand is known for, and which it has certainly brought to the table.” Qubbaj continued.
The Givori store, which opened its doors today, is a true reflection of the products it carries in its sleek design and functional display areas. Customers are encouraged to interact with the pieces on display, and Givori’s expert staff are in-store to answer any questions, and to give their professional advice.
All Givori creations are produced exclusively for the company and made by European designers. Each Givori product is hand-crafted to ensure that no two products are the same and each one an individual work of art.
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