Saudi Arabia based retailer Rubaiyat Group has launched its luxury fashion department store at the Stars Avenue Mall in Jeddah. The 44,000 sqft Rubaiyat department store, spread across two levels, offers over 350 global fashion brands in women’s wear, beauty, shoes, accessories and lifestyle.
“With the new Rubaiyat Department Store, we have invested in creating the hub of luxury fashion in the region – Saudi Arabia. We are offering a totally new concept in luxury fashion by bringing almost all the leading brands under one roof and creating an unbelievable shopping experience for our customers and huge opportunity for our brand partners,” says Shaik Abdallah Binzagr, owner and CEO of Rubaiyat.
“The new Rubaiyat department store is a result of the appetite for designer fashion and lifestyle in KSA. We are redefining the luxury fashion retail in the true sense of the term – not only for those who shop but those who want to experience the world of style and high-end fashion. We are very excited about creating a really dynamic business in KSA with our new concept store,” adds Wafaa Abbar, co-owner and president, Rubaiyat Group.
Rubaiyat was founded in 1980 by the Binzagr family and was the only company in its field to import new fashion trends of international brands in Saudi Arabia. Rubaiyat operates both multi-brand and mono-branded boutiques that offer a range of exclusive selection of the luxury fashion names.
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