Mandarin Oriental Jumeira calls in fashion designer to do Christmas tree

Kenzo Takada will be in charge of the hotel’s first Christmas tree

The tree will be unveiled on December 10
The tree will be unveiled on December 10

Five-star hotel Mandarin Oriental Jumeira has announced it will bring in French-Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada to design a Christmas tree.

Opened in 2019, it will be the hotel’s first show of festivity, with Takada being in charge of designing a seven-metre tree to sit in the outdoor area of the resort.

The tree will be unveiled on December 10, described by Takada as combing tradition and modernity.

The hotel’s general manager, Werner Anzinger said: “It is an honour to have our first Christmas tree designed by fashion icon and long-time Mandarin Oriental fan, Kenzo Takada, and we can’t wait to unveil this unique centrepiece that radiates the spirit of the holidays.”

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