Dubai-based luxury department store Paris Gallery opened its first store in Muscat, Oman at the Opera Galleria in collaboration with Oman Luxury LLC.
The grand opening took place in the presence of Sayyed Saud Bin Hilal Bin Hamad Al Busaidi, minister of state and governor of Muscat; Mohammed Abdul Rahim Al Fahim, CEO of Paris Gallery Group of Companies; and Salim Bin Abdullah Al Rawas, chairman of Oman Luxury LLC, among other VIP guests and media.
Spread across 12916 sqft, the Paris Gallery outlet at the Opera Galleria – Royal Opera House Muscat’s flagship shopping destination – offers a vast array of international luxury brands in watches, perfumes, cosmetics, eyewear, accessories and leather goods.
Commenting on the launch, Al Fahim says, “We are happy and proud to announce the opening of our first store in Oman in response to the high demand for luxury retail concepts and superior service in the country. Oman is a strategic market for Paris Gallery and the new store in partnership with Oman Luxury LLC is part of our vision to expand our presence in the region. We look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with our stakeholders and the consumers of this country.”
“We are honoured to have Paris Gallery in Oman at the exclusive and centrally located Opera Galleria. With Paris Gallery’s solid reputation and expertise in luxury retail and customer service, we will deliver the most unique, state-of-the-art retail experience in Oman. We look forward to accelerated growth through our on-going focus on luxury and service,” adds Al Rawas.
“It’s a great honour to have Paris Gallery in Opera Galleria, the destination of luxury shopping in Muscat. Paris Gallery is situated in a prime location and showcases a number of international brands under one roof. We are confident that Paris Gallery will be an added value not only to Opera Galleria but also to the entire luxury retail market in Muscat because of its reputation and its portfolio of distinguished regional and global awards,” states Ibrahim Bin Abdullah Al Qasmi, director of retail & business development, Royal Opera House Muscat.
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