A new Hong Kong Dunhill store has opened at Lee Gardens as a further step in the brand’s global expansion strategy in Asia.

The store’s designers have engineered a bright and contemporary space with marble and walnut wood in counterpoint with glass and metal details, used as recognisable codes of the house.

The use of grey marble takes inspiration from the facade of Dunhill’s 1950s South Rodeo Drive store, while walnut burl cabinets, housing men’s accessories, are inspired by the original furniture from London’s Duke Street and Paris’ Rue de la Paix stores. Fluted glass and metal details together with brown wood panelling recall the textures and finishes of classic Rollagas lighters.

Featuring a curated selection of luxury pieces by creative director Mark Weston, the Hong Kong Dunhill store is showcasing ready-to-wear garments alongside leather goods and accessories.