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'Patricia has perfectly respected the philosophy of the brand and she has succeeded in expressing our link with tradition while looking forward to the future, to design, to innovation and to the pursuit of excellence.' - Mr Bonati, with Ms Urquiola
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NEW LOOK: The facade of the five-storey store is made up of panels of undulating aluminium with a large wall clock on one side of the building.
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NEW LOOK: The facade of the five-storey store is made up of panels of undulating aluminium with a large wall clock on one side of the building. (Above) The Interior is elegant and modern with elongated display cases, bronze lights and sales counters with wood details
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To celebrate the Canton Road store's reopening, three Luminor 1950 special edition models - PAM606 (above), PAM608 and PAM618 - have also been created and all feature "HONG KONG" engraved on the levers of the watches' iconic crown-protecting devices.

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Officine Panerai's most successful boutique in Hong Kong is also now the brand's biggest in the world after it has been given a face-lift by architect-designer, Patricia Urquiola.
Mar 7, 2015 5:50 AM

AS the old adage goes, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. So why did Officine Panerai - makers of the world's most distinctive oversized luxury diving watches - decide to redesign its most successful boutique in the world, located in Hong Kong's luxury retail hub of Tsim Sha Tsui?

"It was