Emirati brand LOOTAH Perfumes recently completed six years of operations in the UAE. Inspired by the east and west, LOOTAH Perfumes has been crafting everlasting fragrances for UAE audiences since it opened its first store in Jumeirah Centre in 2012. The brand’s success in combining distinctive notes to create an enchanting experience for the wearer has since travelled far and wide, prompting the brand to expand its footprint in the UAE.
“As a home-grown Emirati brand, we are proud to complete six years of operations in the UAE and showcase our success in the fine art of perfume-making to customers in the UAE. All our blends are pure and exquisite and are made from natural ingredients with the finest packaging and top quality standards. Our goal for 2018 will be to take this to the next stage and expand our reach to new areas in the region – so that people are able to experience our wide selection of luxury fragrances,” comments a LOOTAH Perfumes spokesperson.
LOOTAH Perfumes currently operates across 13 branches in the UAE – including Jumeirah Centre, Mall of the Emirates, City Centre Deira, Dubai Festival City, Al Salam Stores at Wafi Mall, Etihad Mall and City Centre Mirdif in Dubai; Bawabat Al Sharq Mall, Abu Dhabi Mall, Dalma Mall and Al Wahda Mall in Abu Dhabi; and Al Jimi Mall and Al Ain Mall in Al Ain.
Further, LOOTAH Perfumes announced an ambitious growth strategy to expand its footprint in the GCC in 2018. It has already launched three new branches in Oman in February at City Centre Muscat, Al Mouj Muscat and Oman Avenues Mall.
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