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Glue Store makes its New Zealand debut

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Australian fashion retailer Glue Store is expanding its portfolio, opening its first store in New Zealand and two more in Australia.

Located in Albany Westfield, the inaugural New Zealand Glue Store was described by the company as “a huge step forward” as it seeks to establish itself as the go-to retailer for leading street, sports, and fashion brands in the region.

Darren Todd, Glue Store’s GM, says Kiwis can now purchase brands exclusively available at its stores, including Nude Lucy, Carhartt WIP, Polo Ralph Lauren, Article One and Tommy Jeans. 

Meanwhile, across the Tasman, Glue has opened a flagship store in South Australia and relocated its Melbourne CBD shop, which offers a 400sqm retail space, to the second level of Melbourne Central.

“The launch of Glue Store in both South Australia and New Zealand gives customers an in-store experience that they used to have to travel for, bringing the magic back to bricks-and-mortar retail through an improved customer experience and exceptional service,” said head of brand, marketing & e-commerce, Charles Moore. 

Glue reports it will continue to open new concepts and renovate existing doors during the second half of this year.

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