Australia’s leading bespoke tailoring brand launches its flagship store within Sydney’s iconic No.5 Martin Place.

The comprehensive street level refurbishment of the landmarked building comes just over a century after opening as Commonwealth Bank’s headquarters. Showcasing a unique combination of original heritage grandeur with slimline lighting features, the Greg Natale-designed men’s and womenswear store seamlessly executes luxe aplomb with commercial functionality, befitting the brand’s tailored sophistication and the site’s provenance.

Beneath a vaulted high ceiling, a slick palette of grey unifies the space – from glacial marble floor tiles to anchoring marble monoliths merchandising accessories. Custom-designed cigar-hued Walnut joinery including shelving units, racking and built-in cabinets bound by taut ribbons of Florentine bronze line the store’s periphery. Combined with free-standing wood and glass display plinths, they add warm assurance.

Exuding luxury with every glint, the impressive original bronze entry doors usher a gilded theme within. Soaring Ionic columns and the ceiling coffers are flecked with gold paint, whilst cabinets are adorned with brass rods. Within the row of Walnut-clad styling suites lining the boutique’s rear, sheets of smoked bronze leather confidently shimmer from within.

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