Oroton lands at Sydney Airport’s T1 fashion precinct

Sydney Airport's domestic terminal department store set to take flight in 2023. Supplied.
Sydney Airport’s domestic terminal department store set to take flight in 2023. Supplied.

oroton-touches-down-at-sydney-airports-t1-fashion-precinct-interiorLuxury lifestyle brand Oroton has opened its new boutique at Sydney Airport’s T1 International terminal.

The luxury brand will use the boutique to showcases an extensive range of women’s and men’s leather goods, accessories, jewellery, travel essentials and apparel.

Sydney Airport general manager retail Glyn Williams said he was delighted to welcome the return of the brand to T1.

“It’s fantastic to see this iconic Australian brand at Sydney Airport again and we know passengers will enjoy the new Oroton experience, as we deliver a retail mix to suit our evolving passenger demographic,” he said.

Oroton CEO and managing director Mark Newman said Sydney Airport was the ideal location for its new boutique.

“We are thrilled to open our latest concept boutique at T1. Oroton is an Australian brand with a rich heritage, so it’s a natural fit to have a strong presence at Australia’s gateway airport,” Mr Newman said.

The facade of the luxury brand’s new boutique

The 114sqm store interior features Breccia Violetta marble and raw concrete finishes while the exterior boasts an illuminated, eight-metre high facade.

Sydney Airport is the only airport in Australia to house Oroton, which joins a line-up of 13 global designer brands in the T1 fashion precinct, including Tiffany & Co., Emporio Armani, Hugo BOSS, Kate Spade New York, Max Mara, Michael Kors, TUMI and Burberry, with Gucci to launch in 2017.

The fashion precinct occupies 1,900sqm and is part of Sydney Airport’s strategy to elevate the airport experience for passengers.

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