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            FASHION HOUSE OPENS A NEW €25M

            OUTLET CENTRE IN BUCHAREST


             Leading international fashion outlet developer, FASHION
             HOUSE Group has officially opened its doors to a €25M
             new outlet centre in the east of Bucharest, the Group’s
             second outlet centre in Romania’s capital.
              As the first new outlet centre to open on mainland
             Europe this year, FASHION HOUSE Pallady spans over
             12,000sq m accommodating 62 stores, a children’s play
             area and restaurants. More than 100 new jobs have been
             created through the opening of the first phase whilst the
             second  and  final  phase  of  the  scheme  will  commence
             development next year.
              Visitors  to  Bucharest’s  newest  shopping  destination
             can access everyday discounts of up to 70 per cent off
             some of the world’s leading fashion brands. These include
             Puma,  Killtec, Tom Tailor,  Lee  Cooper, Triumph,  Otter,
             Sizeer, Ecco, Colin’s, U.S. Polo Assn. amongst many others
             in a wide ranging variety for customers.

























             FOOTLOCKER HAS  LAUNCHED  A  NEW  STORE  AND THE COMMUNITY FOCUSED,  550SQ  M  LOCATION HAS  OPENED  ITS DOORS  IN PLAZA  CATALUNYA  IN
             BARCELONA AND FEATURES A TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN RETAIL EXPERIENCE. THE NEW SPACE FOCUSES ON SUSTAINABILITY, WITH RECYCLED MATERIALS SUCH
             AS MANNEQUINS CREATED FROM REUSED SNEAKERS, AND ORIGINAL STORE ARTOWKR BY LOCAL ARTISTS, INSPIRED BY THE CITY ITSELF. FOOTLOCKER HAS
             PARTNERED WITH TWO ARTISTS FROM BARCELONA, CREATING MURALS IN-STORE AND A SERIES OF COINS THAT CUSTOMERS CAN COLLECT DURING THEIR VISIT.

             CULTURE KINGS TO MAKE                                LARGEST FOOD COURT

             NEW ZEALAND DEBUT                                    IN HUNGARY TO OPEN


             Australian streetwear brand, Culture Kings, makes its New Zealand   Hungarian developer Futureal will open the food court of the
             debut as it opens its first store in Sylvia Park. Opening this July, the   Etele Plaza shopping centre in Budapest this September. The food
             store will feature over 100 street, sport, and fashion brands from   court will feature a direct connection to the roof terrace, unique
             around the globe like Carre, Aaliyah, Saint Morta, Timberland, Vans,   interior  design  and  a  wide  selection  of  gastronomy  options,
             Champion, Lacoste, and Asics, to name a few.         including  many  popular  quick-service  restaurants,  cafés  and  an
              Aubrey  Cheng,  Leasing  General  Manager,  Kiwi  Property,  said   open kitchen concept.
             that landing Culture Kings at Sylvia Park is a massive win for Kiwi   The  shopping  centre’s  food  court  covers  almost  the  entire
             Consumers.  “With  the  streetwear  scene  becoming  increasingly   third floor of the building and will allow over 1,000 people to
             vibrant in New Zealand, the move to bring Culture Kings to Sylvia   dine comfortably and safely at any one time. The interior dining
             Park reflects the direction of the market and allows Kiwis closer   area will seat 950, while another 150 seats will be installed on the
             access to international brands and trends,” said Cheng.  roof terrace. A direct roof terrace connection will open the space
              According to the brand, the store will offer live music courtesy   towards nature both literally and atmospherically.
             of  their  in-store  DJs,  a  premium  barbershop,  and  regular  meet   Food  court  guests  will  be  able  to  choose  among  popular
             and greets from top athletes, artists, and tastemakers, just like its   brands  including  Buddha  Bar,  Hummus  Bar,  Bellozzo,  Pizza  Me,
             Australian and overseas counterparts.                Zing Burger, Burger King and KFC amongst others.



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