Pandora relocates Melbourne concept store
The new store will be set over 110sqm of floor space and feature the complete range of Pandora’s jewellery collection.
Marlo Spry, regional sales manager, said the new store reflects customer demand for Pandora products in the centre.
“Pandora Chadstone is now more than double the size of our previous floor space, at 110 square metres, allowing customers to experience the complete range of beautiful Pandora jewellery in a branded retail environment,” said Spry.
The store will reopen with the launch of Pandora Rose: a collection that, according to Pandora, marks a new era of style and a fusion of metals, where contemporary designs meet high-end craftsmanship.
The jewellery retailer’s collection comprises bracelets, charms, statement and stackable rings, necklaces and earrings.
Spry said in addition to the concept store, the Pandora Kiosk will remain operating in the centre.
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