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More retailers hit Pacific Fair Shopping Centre

Pacific Fair_The ResortLuxury retailers Furla, Max Mara, Prada and Tiffany & Co. are set to open stores inside the revamped Pacific Fair Shopping Centre on the Gold Coast.

Adidas, Aesop, Alice McCall, Aquila, Maestro, Oakley and Scanlan Theodore are to follow at the $670 million redevelopment.

In May, Pacific Fair unveiled ‘The Resort’, an open air retail precinct, filled with palm trees, water features and cabanas.

On track to be completed in mid-2016, Pacific Fair will have a combination of international high-street stores, iconic global, luxury brands and leading Australian fashion, leisure and lifestyle retailers. The centre will also offer visitors premium tourism services, personalised experiences and fine dining options.

The first wave of retailers to open at Pacific Fair included Calvin Klein, Camilla, Carla Zampatti, Christian Louboutin, Coach, David Jones, Decjuba, Diesel, Dion Lee, Eve Nails & Beauty, Givenchy, Gorman, H&M, Hugo Boss, Jurlique, Kate Spade, Kiehl’s, Kit and Ace, Lacoste, L’Occitane, Lululemon, Mecca Cosmetica, Mecca Maxima, Michael Kors, Mimco, Oroton, Salvatore Ferragamo, Sandro Paris, Seed Heritage, Superdry, Tigerlily, Tommy Bahamas, Tommy Hilfiger, Uniqlo and Zimmermann. Many of these retailers opened their first stores on the Gold Coast.

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