Glassons opens vintage concept store in Australia
Clothing retailer Hallenstein Glasson has opened today its first Glassons vintage concept store at the Robina Town Centre.
The 300sqm women’s fashion store houses a permanent Curated Vintage Section, the first of its kind in Australia, featuring one-of-a-kind pieces handpicked by Glassons’ team of buyers from pre-loved markets around the world.
In addition to the store’s exclusive pre-loved fashion offer, the Robina store also features Glassons’ full range of fashion, footwear, swimwear and accessory collections, as well as smart new technologies, including CrowdDJ (a customer controlled digital jukebox) and the option for click and collect.
Robina Town Centre said Glassons would be a crowd-pleaser.
“As a centre, we are committed to diversifying and enhancing our retail offer in response to our customers’ needs and aspirations, and we are confident the arrival of Glassons will be well received by local and visiting shoppers, particularly given this is a first-to-market concept,” Kathleen Hart, general manager of Robina Town Centre, said.
Hart said the centre has a number of other retailer openings to announce over the coming months as part of its forward growth plans.
Glassons now has 65 stores in Australia and New Zealand
Hallenstein Glasson earlier this month posted a bigger net profit during the financial year to August 1, despite facing margin pressures across the group from increased promotional activity in New Zealand and Australia.
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