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Pacific Fair welcomes more brands

Pacific Fair_Exterior (1)More fashion and beauty retailers continue to open their doors at the newly renovated Pacific Fair Shopping Centre.

As the shopping centre’s revamp nears completion, more retailers have opened and will open their shops in the centre.

The complex will soon welcome Aje, Cosmetics Plus, Eve, Givenchy, Gorman, Hugo Boss, Kiehl’s, Laser Clinics Australia, Max Mara, Mecca Cosmetica, Mecca Maxima, Sandro Paris, and Scanlan & Theodore and Zimmermann, among others.

The new stores will open in a fortnight to the general public as part of AMP Capital’s $670 million redevelopment of the shopping centre which commenced in January 2014.

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.

On May 5, the first wave of retailers opened their doors at the complex which include Bally, Calvin Klein, Camilla, Chanel Fragrance & Beauty, Christian Louboutin, Coach, David Jones, Diesel, Dion Lee, H&M, Jurlique, Kate Spade, Kit and Ace, L’Occitane, Lululemon, M Dreams, Mimco, Salvatore Ferragamo, Seed, Superdry, Tigerlily, Tommy Hilfiger and Uniqlo.

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