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Harbour Town Gold Coast’s new retailers

Harbour Town 1The Harbour Town Gold Coast shopping centre will welcome new outlet stores in the coming weeks in time for the holiday season.

Off the back of the unveiling of its $20 million North Western Mall in May, Harbour Town is preparing to welcome a number of additional outlet firsts for Queensland.

US-based lingerie brand, Victoria’s Secret, will relocate and open a bigger Victoria’s Secret Beauty & Accessories store at the corner of the North Western Mall and recently refreshed Premium Mall.

Luxury Italian lifestyle brand Furla is also pegged for a November opening, featuring the brand’s range of leather handbags, travel luggage, shoes, watches and accessories.

Travel, business and lifestyle accessory brand, TUMI, will also open its doors in time for the holiday season at the outlet centre this month featuring the brand’s travel bags and suitcases. TUMI will be taking up residence in Harbour Town’s Premium Mall alongside Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Bahama, Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein and Coach.

American luxury fashion and accessories brands Michael Kors and Kate Spade are also set to join Harbour Town’s luxury stores in the coming weeks, both a first for Queensland.

“Harbour Town has enjoyed an incredible transformation over the past year, with our major $20 million redevelopment, and existing store relocations and refurbishments proving immensely popular with our customers,” said Gary Webb, Harbour Town Gold Coast’s centre manager.

“We are delighted to announce the addition of even more big name designer brands who are set to join our portfolio over the next two months in time for our peak shopping period, and anticipate that our shoppers will appreciate having access to a wider range of outlet stores that boast up to 70 per cent off the recommended retail price,” Webb said.

The Harbour Town Gold Coast shopping centre, which is owned by Lewis Land Group along with another institutional investor, underwent a $20 million expansion which was completed last May.

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