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Façonnable extends reach into Lithuania & Latvia
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Jan '13
Façonnable continues its bullish retail roll out by tapping into the strong momentum of the Baltic basin, opening a boutique in Lithuania and one in Latvia.

A further seal on Façonnable’s strong presence in Eastern Europe, the two new units bring a colorful French Riviera ray to the area thanks to full-range collections for men and women, perfect from dawn to dusk. An elegant mix of formal suits, dress shirts, outerwear, sportswear, iconic special shirts and polo shirts as well as accessories, plus a selection of the Tailored Denim collection for all needs and tastes.

Over in Latvia, Façonnable’s new 148-square-meter venue is housed inside the Domina Mall in Riga, next to prestigious luxury brands. The mall is one of the biggest shopping centers in Riga and counts over 170 fashion stores, cafes and restaurants, beauty and fitness centers.

In Lithuania, during the month of December, amidst a festive holiday atmosphere, the new Façonnable boutique was inaugurated during an exclusive opening event. This over 189 square meter store is housed inside the sprawling Europa Mall, a stylish and luminous shopping mecca in the heart of Vilnius.

VIP guests got to indulge with Façonnable’s iconic Shirt Bar, this time with a reception “au Champagne”. Located on the left bank of the River Neris, the Europa shopping center houses over 200 shops, international luxury brands, four restaurants and five cafes, surrounded by sinuous architecture, fountains, greenery and quirky design elements that make the shopping center truly unique.

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