Landmark Group has announced the launch of 19 stores at the newly opened Mall of Qatar, offering a wide variety of fashion, home and food choices.
Mall of Qatar will host a mix of Landmark Group’s home-grown and franchise brands, including Centrepoint, Max, Iconic, Reiss, New Look, Koton, Steve Madden, Carpisa, Ecco, Kurt Geiger, Pablosky, Emax, Sports One, Shoexpress, Candelite and Carluccio’s.
“Each of these brands has been an integral part of Qatar’s flourishing retail and hospitality landscape, and a key favourite of the Qatari consumer – highlighted by the group’s loyalty customer database of over a million in Qatar,” Landmark Group said in a press statement
Landmark Group will also introduce fashion and food concepts - Lipsy, Zafran and GRK Fresh - for the “first time in the country”.
Lipsy, a UK fashion brand, brings a “young and vibrant collection” of statement party dresses, shoes and jewellery to the residents of Qatar. Zafran, a home-grown casual dining restaurant, offers contemporary Indian cuisine, while GRK Fresh brings a “unique twist” to classic Greek food, with fresh flavours, in a quick service format.
Santosh Pai, COO of Landmark Group, Qatar, said: “Mall of Qatar will be significant addition to the country’s retail landscape. Strategically located next to the award-winning Al Rayyan FIFA 2022 stadium, Mall of Qatar is poised to attract tourists and discerning shoppers from across the city and the suburbs.
“We are delighted to be anchor tenants at the mall, which is destined to be a hub for fashion and lifestyle retail in Qatar. We have also taken care to ensure that our offerings align with the evolving customer expectations, and are certain that both tourist and residents will appreciate the concepts that we are launching.”
The group operates over 90 outlets in the country through a portfolio of home-grown and franchise brands.
Mall of Qatar celebrated its soft opening yesterday, offering more than 220 outlets to shoppers, as well as recreation and leisure options across a 500,000sqm area. PICTURE: Shemeer Rasheed