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Old January 20th, 2008, 01:00 PM   #1701
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Old January 20th, 2008, 01:03 PM   #1702
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Old January 23rd, 2008, 08:36 AM   #1703
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DHL to launch 53rd service point at The Pavillion

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KUALA LUMPUR: DHL Express (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is opening its third service point of the year at The Pavillion later this month aimed at its enhancing its support for SMEs and the tourism industry.

The new locations would be operated in partnership with Quik Consign Sdn Bhd (Jalan Sultan Ismail), SDCorp Communications (KL Tower and Alamanda Putrajaya) and MBE Malaysia (The Pavillion).

“DHL is proud to offer an innovative solution for SMEs and the tourism industry,” DHL Express country manager Malaysia and Brunei Sam Leong said in a press release.

The logistics company has launched two retail service points earlier this year. The first is located on Jalan Sultan Ismail and has commenced operations since Jan 4.

The second service point, located at the KL Tower “T-Station” was launched by the Minister of Tourism, Datuk Seri Tengku Adnan Tengku Mansor on Jan 14.

The service point in Jalan Sultan Ismail features an eBay Consignment drop-off store, the first to be available in Malaysia.

The “T-station” service point is a multi-service information concept booth that integrates tourist-friendly features such as a Cuti-Cuti Malaysia package as well as e-banking and courier service
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Old January 23rd, 2008, 12:18 PM   #1704
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i saw siti yesterday at pavilion on The Loaf Launching. She's gorgeous!
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Old January 23rd, 2008, 12:35 PM   #1705
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Old January 24th, 2008, 05:05 AM   #1706
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hehe...eventhough i always kutuk when the Pavilion first open last year...now, guess what?...i spend my weekend (every week!!) at pavilion, really fall in love with it...
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Old January 24th, 2008, 11:51 AM   #1707
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24 January, 2008

Hermes's second store in Kuala Lumpur exudes all the class associated with this high-end label, but there's something a little more exclusive about the merchandise offered at its Pavilion store. CHEONG PHIN is thrilled to spread the word.

WHEN Lindsay Lohan lost her Birkin in the sought-after shade orange in London's Heathrow airport last year, fashionistas the world over could relate to her sadness. She didn't grieve for her belongings, estimated at US$1 million (RM3.3 million) inside the bag; rather she worried more for the missing carrier.

Although her hand-held bag by French brand Hermes would probably have cost approximately US$8,000 (very steep in price but much less than the US$1 millon worth of jewellery and other items inside her bag), she, yes she, the Hollywood star with clout and money, would have to wait two years for another Birkin.

You see, the Hermes "Birkin" and the "Kelly" are the ultimate status handbags for women today. For more than 170 years, the brand has gained an untarnished reputation for luxurious leathers and superior quality craftsmanship and its association with celebrities and royalty has undoubtedly helped burnish the popularity of these bags.

The "Kelly" was made famous by Grace Kelly, then Princess of Monaco in the 1950s when she was frequently photographed with the accessory. Cult television serials like Sex and the City and Will and Grace probably made the Birkin become the most coveted fashion accessory ever that comes with a hefty price tag exceeding that of a downpayment for a home loan. As if to make it more inaccessible, there is a waiting list of at least two years, depending on the choice of leather and size.

However, at the second Hermes boutique in Kuala Lumpur which recently opened in the Pavilion, you can get a Birkin there and then. The catch here is that you'd need more than US$8,000, for the exclusive "Diamond Birkin" is tagged at a staggering RM646,600!

Available on a first-come-first-served basis, the one special limited-edition Diamond Birkin, said Hermes International senior executive vice-president Christian Blanckaert, is "an exquisite handcrafted bag in beige rose crocodile skin with gold hardware and pave diamonds.

"We are allocating this specially to the boutique here to commemorate the official opening," said Blanckaert, who inspected the bag closely and gave his stamp of approval to the perfect workmanship and flawless skin.

"The Birkin in exotic skins such as crocodile takes a longer time because we have to find the perfect skin before we can make the order. Only one bag can be produced from one crocodile skin and we only make bags from high quality skins that are consistent in colour and texture. As such, we like to control the source of our production by investing in the farms that produce these skins to ensure a good supply of top notch raw material."

With a passion for perfection and living up to its reputation as "one of the world's most elegant businesses", the Hermes flagship store opening was a classy affair indeed which saw an intimate gathering.

A pony carrying a young equestrian, clad in Hermes and riding on a black Hermes saddle, trotted into the magnificent storefront. The rider, a young girl, presented the scissors for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. It was a befitting homage to the rich heritage of a brand which started as a wholesale saddlery business founded by Thierry Hermes 170 years ago in Paris.

The new store is outstanding in its external and internal facades in white screen-printed glass decorated with an abstract botanical pattern inspired by traditional Malaysian motifs. This opalescent decoration provides some measure of privacy while allowing for sunlight to filter in, a testament to Hermes's interior design policy of remaining in harmony with the cultural setting of each of their international outlets.

The Hermes's trademark caleche or horse-drawn carriage (based on a drawing by Alfred de Dreux) proudly graces the floor entrances to this luxurious double-storey new store with a retail area of 251 square metres. Orchestrated by Rena Dumas, interior designer of all Hermes stores worldwide, the calming and light-filled spaces are accessible from two opposite entrances (one on the street and one inside Pavilion).

The two floors are connected by a large sweeping staircase with eight angles (for good feng shui) and set against a wall of faceted lines. With its steps in Moleanos and handrail covered in white leather, hand-stitched by two Hermes artisans, the spirit of the brand's dedication to superior quality in craftsmanship is never spared.

"This boutique is no different from the other international Hermes stores. It carries the complete collection of Hermes from our exquisite leather goods, silk, ready-to-wear for men and women, watches, perfume, jewellery, homeware and saddlery," said Christian Blanckaert, senior executive vice-president of Hermes International, who was present at the opening of the second store in Kuala Lumpur.

The upper floor, with its own entrance from the shopping mall, is dedicated to women. Here, one can find Rouge Hermes Perfume; jewellery such as the Kelly Watch; homeware and tableware like the rose and white Balcons du Guadalquivir porcelain service set; belts such as the Mirage buckle with Epsom calfskin; children's wear and women's seasonal Ready-to-Wear designed by Jean Paul Gaultier since 2004.

The lower floor, on the other hand, houses menswear and the two bestselling products of the brand — leather goods and silk accessories.

At the street entrance of the store are the Saddlery products that are featured on a life-sized display horse and flanked on both sides by the much sought-after seasonal Ready-to-Wear menswear designed by Veronique Nichanian since 1988.

Also available on this floor are men's belts like the perennial "H" belt with the reversible leather strap; gloves like the "Mirage" glove with the perforated "H" symbol; shoes which are handcrafted by John Lobb; and ties which range from the classic to the boldest designs in a wide range of colours.

An upcoming "101" collection will be launched in March showcasing 101 shades of tie colours. Then there are the masculine fragrances such as Terre d'Hermes and watches like the Cape Cod range that meld the Hermes style and the Swiss tradition of watchmaking.

At the opposite end of this store are the popular silk accessories counter offering the world-famous Hermes silk scarves in various sizes, in weaved Chinese silk and individual screen printing using vegetable dyes.

In 2007, the Silk Scarf celebrated its 70th anniversary. The first Hermes scarf featuring ladies playing a period game in 1937 was updated and reprinted on a new 70 centimetre square called the Hermes Carre 70. This is all produced in vintage silk that is supple and sensual to the touch.

The advent of the automobile in the early 1900s marked a turning point in the history of HermEs and paved the way for the brand to turn its founding talents as a harness and saddle maker to a new sector — travel and sports-inspired leather goods with "saddle stitching", which was spearheaded by Emile-Maurice Hermes, grandson of Thierry Hermes.

Today, the saddlery and leather goods account for 44 per cent of global sales and include handbags, luggage, small leather goods, diaries and riding gear.

A wide selection of men's leather goods that range from the classic attache briefcase to wallets and a lightweight traveling briefcase can be found in the mid-section of this lower floor together with the more famous women's leather goods range, featuring the special limited edition "Diamond Birkin".
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Old January 24th, 2008, 12:30 PM   #1708
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Pavilion izzit same like KLCC Suria?? I mean, those things tht sell at ther VERY expensive...???
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Old January 24th, 2008, 02:30 PM   #1709
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Pavilion izzit same like KLCC Suria?? I mean, those things tht sell at ther VERY expensive...???
yah....but pavilion is even more EXPENSIVE than suria klcc....the price of things there are just exorbitant!!!~~
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Old January 25th, 2008, 01:50 AM   #1710
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yah....but pavilion is even more EXPENSIVE than suria klcc....the price of things there are just exorbitant!!!~~
there's a lot of 'cheap' stores...siapa suruh you pergi kedai mahal2?...and talking about the price, i don't think pavilion's TOPMAN (for examp.) charge you more than the KLCC's...

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nope..i think she's a *****!
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Old January 25th, 2008, 02:59 AM   #1711
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siti wat???? wtf....watch ur mouth dude!!! she is hajah now....

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Old January 25th, 2008, 01:11 PM   #1712
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ala...Deja Moss pun 'hajah' gak....sama jer, pi mai pi mai tang tu.,...
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Old January 26th, 2008, 02:27 AM   #1713
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alamak be matured skitlah bila bercakap......deja moss n siti nurhaliza r 2 difnt person!!!!.....so ko pun sama ke perangai dgn deja moss????
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Old January 26th, 2008, 04:47 AM   #1714
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Old January 26th, 2008, 04:50 AM   #1715
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yah....but pavilion is even more EXPENSIVE than suria klcc....the price of things there are just exorbitant!!!~~
Worr...What things tht sell so expensive?? Diamonds??

Lol...."siti thread"...oh no...
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Old January 26th, 2008, 07:58 AM   #1716
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Old January 26th, 2008, 08:04 AM   #1717
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To me, Pavilion is almost equivalent to Suria KLCC. KLCC does has some exclusive brands though, at least for now - Chanel/Prada/Escada/Armani/Brioni to name a few. And KLCC has some brands that Pavilion offers. Just the boutiques at Pavilion are bigger in term of size or perhaps, better in selection- Burberry/Zegna/Hermes/Gucci/Ferragamo etc. Well, both malls are good, but none beats Starhill as it comes to classy!

AhChuan, there are heaps of branded goods are more expensive than Diamonds. go figure them out yourself.
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Old January 26th, 2008, 08:31 AM   #1718
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rite now i have no problem with the mall except that the price of goods are high. but there is one thing i'm quite worry about this project= the residential towers.

is there any school in that area? how can you reach school in time if you live near JALAN BUKIT BINTANG?
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Old January 26th, 2008, 08:57 AM   #1719
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