Monday 15 October 2018

Three new outlets for Main Street

A year after the inauguration of the extension of the Main Street Shopping Complex in Paola, three popular brands have selected this as the location for their new outlets.

Mango will shortly be opening its third store in Malta at Main Street Complex, on the 20th Anniversary from when Mango opened its first franchise store in Valletta, Malta. This popular brand was one of the first franchises to establish itself in Malta 20 years ago and continues to grow successfully in the local and international retail markets.

The new shop is situated on Level – 1, with entrances from Antoine De Paule Square and from within the complex. It is spread over 400 square metres with approximately 350 square metres as a sales area, including 7 fitting rooms and will be opening with its new autumn/winter collection for women.  The shop fit will be in the latest Mango design.

Another welcome newcomer to Main Street this autumn is MVintage. Mvintage fits perfectly into the Main Street’s concept offering a perfect selection of distinctive vintage-inspired fashion pieces of costume jewellery ideal for anyone who seeks an individual style and a celebrity look. It is the first high-street costume jewellery brand founded in, and operating from Malta. Situated on Level -1, this will be its third outlet.

A popular addition to the Main Street Shopping Complex this autumn will surely be Candynavia at Level 0. With dozens of exciting and colourful varieties of Pick & Mix sweets and candy, young and old alike will certainly make this a very frequented location.

In the next couple of weeks Heavenscent shall be refurbishing their Main Street outlet, creating a more open layout with a design that reflects current trends for perfume shops in shopping complexes overseas.

The new extended Main Street Shopping Complex in Paola was inaugurated a year ago and currently covers an area of 4000 square metres offering some of the most popular high-street brands and enjoys free parking and wifi facilities for shoppers. Over 685,000 people visited the complex in 2012 with this year showing an overall increase of 20% so far.

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