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Tsvetnoy Central Market bags best store award at WGSN
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Nov '13
Tsvetnoy Central Market bagged the best store award at WGSN. Staged by WGSN, the world's leading fashion forecaster, the WGSN Global Fashion Awards recognise and reward brilliance in fashion and retail design across the globe.

The awards were presented at a star-studded, exclusive gala event at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London on 30th October.

Tsvetnoy Central Market can boast of being the first department store in Moscow, but that is far from its only achievement. This stunning store has also gained a global reputation for supporting emerging brands and creating the most intriguing installations by successfully combining leading international trends and local Russian traditions.

Its womenswear brand line-up combines some of the most desirable international labels and designers such as 3.1 Phillip Lim, Carven, Jonathan Saunders and Acne with local labels such as Vilshenko and Alexander Terekhov.

Menswear too is a desirable mix of high end, street and high street brands (everything from Alexander McQueen to Adidas and Topshop) catering for all tastes and budgets. The fashion offer is neatly segmented into floors covering themes such as Urban Lifestyle, Fashion For Everyday, New Generation Brands and Designer Brands makingfor effortless navigation amid the most remarkable architectural features.

A stunning range of beauty products and services (such as in-house blo dry bar) and a foodmarket that takes the same approach as the fashion offer with brands and offerings from around the globe complete the Tsvetnoy experience.

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