The historical Italian fashion boutique Sbaiz Spazio Moda has just reopened its store in Lignano Sabbiadoro at the beginning of May, according to the new philosophy and concept "Goods for Intelligent Lifestyle" together with the launch of a new e-commerce platform.

The store has enlarged its offer including corners dedicated to home objects and decors by Fornasetti, Vitra, Kartell, high-tech products by Bang & Olufsen, cosmetics and perfumes by Tom Ford and eyewear by Linda Farrow (the first one opening in Italy). Fashion commands a significant space within the store and includes a selection of innovative designer brands such as Jeremy Scott, Kris Van Assche, Agent Provocateur, Oscar De La Renta, Gareth Pugh, If Six Was Nine, Issey Miyake, Junia Watanabe, Yohji Yamamoto as well as premium sportswear brands such as HTC, Edwin and Frye boots. Soon hair-style and flower-design corners will be added.

The store was designed to be a flexible space that will host events and shops-in-the-shop. The store will play host to two events in the upcoming months that will make public and underline the stores new philosophy as devised by Owner, Walter Sbaiz. The first, an album launch for the band, The Panicles, will take place Friday 7 June, in collaboration with EMI Music. The second, the launch of the “HEMINGWAY” table, within the IVORY Collection by Gianpaolo Venier, as a part of the Ernest Hemingway Europe literary prize, will take place on 14 June.

More will be disclosed in our Sportswear International/ Pitti News Special issue appearing for Pitti Uomo on 18 June 2013.