The largest Massimo Dutti shop in Lithuania and 10 more new and revamped shops in Akropolis VilniusMore
The largest Massimo Dutti shop in Lithuania and 10 more new and revamped shops in Akropolis Vilnius
The largest in Lithuania Massimo Dutti – a clothes, footwear and accessories shop – is opening in the shopping and entertainment centre Akropolis in Vilnius on 10 March, offering a new concept. 10 more shops, both new and revamped, of brands that have already become favourites among our customers, are also opening.
Massimo Dutti shop of a new concept, in the premises of 657 sq. m, offers a wide selection of clothes, footwear and accessories of this brand for women and men. According to the representatives of the brand in Lithuania, the shop that has successfully operated in Akropolis since 2011 saw it was time for change – a modern shop of the latest concept rents new premises of a larger area and is now able to offer a significantly broader range of collections for women and men.
“The opening of Massimo Dutti shop in Akropolis Vilnius in 2011 was one of the most successful examples of introducing a brand in the market and very soon became one of the customer’s favourites. We have no doubt that the new concept will also be welcomed by customers – it stands out for elegance, modern architectural design and luxury,” comments Rimantas Perveneckas, the CEO of Apranga Group.
There are more changes ahead for shops managed by Apranga Group: an expanded version of City – a shop that offers clothing and accessories of business and smart casual style – will open in Akropolis Vilnius in May, which, in addition to such brands as Marella, Betty Barclay, Joop, Calvin Klein, Gerard Darel, Coccinelle, Furla, LiuJo, Ted Baker, Strellson and Roy Robson, will also offer customers a collection of the world-renowned brand BOSS.
This will not be the only news for Akropolis visitors this spring: a shop of the French Lacoste brand, the only of this type in Lithuania, also a footwear shop Salamander of a new concept will open in our shopping and entertainment centre. The selection of sports and lounge clothes and footwear shops this year will see an addition of a world-famous brand JD Sports, its first shop in Lithuania was opened last year in Akropolis Klaidėda. The opening of a sports items shop 4F is also planned. The confectionery and snacks shop CandyPOP will open a larger outlet. The brand shop of the confectionery factory Rūta is moving to the new premises.
“We are constantly striving to ensure the best shopping experience and the widest choice for the visitors of Akropolis. We are delighted that merchants open their largest and latest concept shops namely in Akropolis centres and we can offer our visitors both shops of new brands and customers’ favourite shops that are revamped,” says Dominykas Mertinas, Head of Marketing and Communication Department at Akropolis Group.
The three times larger Livin shop of the latest concept, Pankera shop offering Oriental sweets, a shop of men’s fashion brand Pako Lorente and footwear shop Scalini have already opened in Akropolis Vilnius this year.
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