Mall of Qatar has announced the signing of an agreement with Doha-based Abu Issa Holding.
Under the deal, Abu Issa Holding will feature luxury fashion, watches, jewellery, perfumes, cosmetics, home fashion, home décor and travel gear at the mall, according to a statement.
A mix of more than 15 global brands, including Godiva Cafe, Yves Delorme, Hartmann, Samsonite, Voulez Vous, Bugatti and others, will be part of the mall in line with this agreement.
Pari Gallery will feature over 450 international brands across cosmetics, watches, jewellery and fashion accessories, including leather goods, ladies’ shoes, and eyewear, while Karisma Cosmetics will bring forth a “hip trendy” concept targeting a younger audience of girls and women aged15 to 25 years, displaying designer cosmetics, fragrances and accessories.
Travel department store Mosafer will feature a full selection of luggage and travel accessories brands “catered to jetsetters, business travellers and families”. “The Abu Issa owned-concept is the first of Qatari retail businesses to open a flagship most recently in New York City, with Mall of Qatar a milestone in its continued expansion, and Turkey and South Africa scheduled by the end of 2016,” the statement noted.
Rony Mourani, general manager at Mall of Qatar, said: “In line with our promise to house top brands that will add real value to Mall of Qatar and offer a unique experience to shoppers, we have signed an agreement with Abu Issa Holding that will feature retail luxury goods and fashion brands across their outlets.”
Nabil Abu Issa, vice-chairman of Abu Issa Holding, said: “Mall of Qatar is aspiring to create the finest customer experience in the country, and we are glad to have formed an association with them with this agreement.”
Expected to receive a footfall of 20mn customers annually, Mall of Qatar will include 7,000 underground and surface car parking spaces, 500 shops, including over 100 F&B outlets, a 19-screen cineplex and a 5-star, 200-bedroom luxury and fashion hotel operated by Curio, a Collection by Hilton.
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