Bahrain’s luxury shopping destination, MODA Mall has added four new tenants to its thoughtfully curated luxury line-up of over 80 fashion and 50 jewellery brands – including international and local – available through 150 outlets in the mall.
The mall has successfully signed up three lifestyle brands, including TUMI, a global travel brand offering premium leather products and accessories; S.T. Dupont, a French luxury manufacturer of leather goods; and LodinG, a high-quality shoes and menswear apparel brand.
In addition, an exclusive Rolex Service Centre has also opened in MODA Mall offering professional maintenance and care for Rolex watches. As for enhancing its food & beverage offerings, having recently introduced the Flat White café, the mall will further look into introducing more high-end dining experiences and ‘grab & go’ stores to increase the choice of culinary options for its visitors. It is also in the process of finalising retail offers that are in line with new market trends and customer requirements.
As MODA Mall focuses on expanding the scope of upscale retail offerings in Bahrain, Paul Nathan, director – head of real estate asset management for MODA Mall and Bahrain World Trade Centre reiterates that the strategy of repositioning the mall as the Kingdom’s only luxury retail destination has proved to be a huge success given the overwhelming response from luxury brands choosing to partner and showcase their products at MODA Mall.
Commenting on MODA Mall’s retail offerings, Savills, the managing agent for the Bahrain World Trade Center and MODA Mall’s spokesperson Donald M. Bradley FRICS said, “With a strong focus on luxury, we will be adding in more contemporary and upscale brands and services that are exclusive and create experiences that enable shoppers to be fashion-forward and pursue luxury lifestyles.”
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