The New Temple Muse Boutique Flagship Store Opens Its Doors

A couple of weeks ago, the new flagship store of Temple Muse opened in Victoria Island of Lagos with an exclusive launch party were distinguished guests and glitterati alike were all present.

Having established itself as one of Africa’s top luxury retailers, Nigeria’s best-kept secret, Temple Muse, makes the leap to becoming a world-renowned boutique department store, and will soon sit alongside the very best, by opening its new, iconic flagship store catering to fashionistas, celebrities and cognoscenti of all things wonderful.


The Temple Muse mantra is to offer a select & exclusive mix of high-end luxury products & services within Home & Gift, Fashion & Accessories and Food & Drink by housing some of the world’s top brands in these categories. A few of these include Lalique, Christofle, Bernardaud, Moet-Hennessy, Missoni, Hermes, Givenchy, YSL, Amrapali, Lara Bohinc and Dunhill.


In addition, the brand strongly believes in nurturing and promoting home grown talent by showcasing a number of top African designers & artisans under its roof, making it unlike any other. This esteemed echelon includes the likes of Tiffany Amber, Maatano, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi, Odio Mimonet and many more.


The store also offers a number of in-store services that include Wedding List Gift Registry, Corporate Gifts, Hamper Service and Flower Store.


The new flagship store possesses an effortless art deco elegance to it with a gallery-like open feel. Exquisite, seductive fragrances, ambient beats and a palatial backdrop will set the mood to a space boasting a range of exclusive product, concierge desk and Moet & Chandon champagne bar – make sure to try the signature Temple Muse Bellini! When people walk through the doors of Temple Muse they will escape from the hustle bustle of city life into an oasis of opulence & tranquillity. They can expect to be met with impeccable customer service and indulge in a unique & fulfilling shopping experience in a relaxed ambience.















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Emma Nwawadu

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