Doha Festival City (DHFC) has announced a number of new brands that have joined its chain of stores.
These include Hema, Jovoy Perfumes, Lamsat Harayer, Oro Jewellery, G2000, R&B Fashion store and Qatar’s first indoor snow park, Snow Dunes.
In a statement yesterday, DHFC stressed that it “is always diversifying its shopping and entertainment offerings, bringing more exciting experiences and creating special moments for the people of Qatar”.
Customers can now visit Jovoy, a well-known global brand founded by François Henin in 2006, where experienced perfumery specialists will assist them to find their signature scents from a selection of high-end niche perfumes.
Jovoy offers an “out-of-this-world shopping experience with its unique Parisian ambiance”.
Lamsat Harayer, a Middle East leader in fashion specialised in elegant abaya designs, offers a “superb collection for women inspired by the oriental taste of Arab and Kuwaiti women”.
Another store to join the mall is Oro Jewellery, which provides jewellery fans with speciality pieces in gold, diamonds and gemstones.
Other stores that have also joined DHFC are Ciragan Dantel, a Turkish store for handmade textiles with style and quality; R&B, a clothing store that offers the latest in fashion trends catering for all ages; Hema, an international store with offerings in beauty, bath, home, study, cook, kids and baby products; and Angelina Paris, a sophisticated restaurant founded in 1903 by Antoine Rumpelmayer, a famous tea house well-known primarily for its almost pudding-like hot chocolate and its Mont Blanc dessert; G2000, a timeless and seasonal professional clothing store for men and women.
Snow Dunes, which is Qatar’s first indoor snow park featuring a fantastical Arabian-style castle with activities for the whole family, has also joined DHFC.
“We thrive to create long-term relationships with local and international brands to bring the best retail experience to our shoppers. We would like to thank everyone who chose to be with us as a business partner and we remain committed to being the best in the business of retail experience,” DHFC general manager Robert Hall said.
Doha Festival City has more than 420 stores, featuring iconic brands such as Harvey Nichols, Charlotte Tilbury, Kiehl’s, Dior Beauty Boutique, ACE and the country’s one and only IKEA, which has been open since 2013.
“DHFC caters to the whole family and all income levels, bringing the ultimate shopping experience,” the statement added.
“The gigantic shopping mall houses over 100 places to dine in and unwind, including restaurants, cafes and casual dining outlets, including brands that are unique to Qatar such as Jamie’s Italian, Cafe Coco, 800 Degrees and Aimee’s Cafe.”
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