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Aprangos Galerija returns to the centre of Vilnius
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Apr '08
On 4 April, the Apranga Group, leader of retail clothing market in Lithuania and the Baltic States, opens the seventh youth store Aprangos Galerija. It is already the 33rd youth clothing store opened by the Apranga Group in the Baltic States.

The store with an area of 430 square metres will be opened in Stulginskio Street, near the main Vilnius artery, Gedimino Avenue, and offer the brands already acknowledged by young people: Miss Sixty, Energie, Blend, Jack&Jones, Naf Naf, Morgan, and Only.

For ten years, Aprangos Galerija has been an oasis of the most stylish youth: dynamic, ever-changing, supplemented with leading youth brands and market novelties. In autumn, Aprangos Galerija will be basically innovated and strengthened with the Diesel brand, which is one of the leaders in Italian youth fashion, the Dutch youth fashion leader G-Star, and the English youth fashion leader Firetrap.

This quarter, the Apranga Group plans to open two other youth stores in Vilnius, thus reinforcing its position of the youth fashion leader in the market. Currently, the Group operates a chain of 85 stores in the Baltic States: 56 – in Lithuania, 24 – in Latvia, and 5 – in Estonia.

The company belongs to the concern MG Baltic.

Apranga Group


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