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The Walk a hit among male shoppers

Dubai, November 25, 2008

The Walk, Dubai’s unique beachfront outdoor shopping avenue is being increasingly regarded as a haven for male shoppers with its spectrum of outlets retailing internationally acclaimed brands.

The Walk is managed and developed by Dubai Retail, a subsidiary of Dubai Properties Group and a member of Dubai Holding.

Located at Jumeirah Beach Residence, The Walk is home to over 305 retail shops and restaurants that operate on ground and plaza level. The beachfront shopping avenue offers 1.7-km of shopping experience, scenic views and a vibrant atmosphere.

Saks Fifth Avenue - The Men’s Store, Caractere, Maldini, Ascots & Chapels Tailoring, Savile Row, and Fabio Inghirami are some of the top-end names that offer choice selections in formal, casual and sportswear, enhancing the appeal of the retail destination to a wide cross section of discerning male shoppers.

“Dubai is an acclaimed shopping destination around the world. With a growing number of residents and tourists in the emirate, there have been a mounting number of retail outlets and malls to cater to their wide-ranging needs,” said CEO of Dubai Retail Haiyan Mujarkech.

“The Walk comes as Dubai Retail’s response to this surge in consumer demand. As the region’s unique beachfront outdoor shopping destination, it offers two levels of unique experience of luxury shopping and dining.”

Boutique 1, Fat Face, Lagerfield, Baldinini, Spingfield, Circl8 and IKKS are some of the other stores that offer a vast array of fashion and accessories for men at The Walk that aims to populate the promenade with more such couture names.

Dubai Retail is committed to delivering innovative and pioneering concepts to the retail sector. With in-depth market knowledge, Dubai Retail aims to grow as a leading retail solutions provider in the region and abroad. – TradeArabia News Service




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