It is an elegant historical structure on one of the most strategic streets for luxury shopping in the city. Like all other Fabiana Filippi stores, the project was handled by the architect Nicola Quadri. The flagship store is sensitive to the original architecture of the historical building, and it is laid out over 150 square metres on one level, divided into different spaces demarcated by the elegant chromatic alternation of white and graphite grey. 

In the white rooms, the walls are covered with panelling with an X design, while the coffers on the vaulted ceiling are hung with beautiful chrome chandeliers from the early 20th century. The ceilings in the graphite rooms, on the other hand, are decorated with chandeliers designed by architect Josef Frank.

In the same way, the furnishings also differ according to the colour division of the spaces. In the white rooms, chrome elements predominate, while in the graphite rooms the elements are in grey polyester. Every detail enhances the collections with natural elegance and architectural harmony.

Elegant product displays are placed on striped rugs. Sofas and armchairs in black fabric complete the sophisticated atmosphere of the store, enhanced by a selection of artwork reproductions from the past century. The opening of the flagship store in Brussels is an important new part of the Fabiana Filippi worldwide development project, which seeks to reach the most important international fashion capitals.