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High fashion now at Mall of the North

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Mall of the North gives customers even more of what they want with great new fashion stores
The shopping Mecca of Limpopo, has announced exciting new additions to its powerful retail line-up, all set to open before the festive season. There are also retail revamps and relocations on the cards to optimise the shopping variety and experience this leading mall offers its customers.
The coming attractions will boost fashion shopping at the mall with a trio of stylish store openings on 15 November; adding another dimension of up-to-the-minute apparel for adults and kids alike.
Sumari de Ridder, General Manager of Mall of the North, comments: “We are pleased to keep our shoppers of all ages on trend by adding new fashion brands, ranges and variety to our already comprehensive retail mix.”
With the latest fashion and styles, Australian brand Cotton On will be opening at Mall of the North, bringing the region’s shoppers its distinctive range of casual, value fashion.
Kids of all ages can now be brilliantly kitted out at Mall of the North, with Foschini Kids and Soda Bloc launching new stores at the mall. Both of these TFG brands will keep children looking cool and smart, with the group’s new Soda Bloc stores targeting teens and tweens between the ages of 9 and 16, and Foschini Kids geared for younger children.
In addition 3rd Base Jeans Shop, which offers a trendy range of popular brands, including Guess, Polo, Pringle, Ben Sherman and Diesel, is revamping in September. It will reopen in a refreshed and even more stylish setting this October.
Factorie, sister brand of Cotton On, is moving to a bigger store in the former Loads of Living space and will reopen with more to choose from on 15 October.
“We are thrilled to welcome these new shops to our mall, especially since our research shows that they are exactly what our shoppers want,” De Ridder said.
“We are also delighted that retailers such as 3rd Base and Factorie are updating their offerings for our shoppers, who are very fashion conscious and always on the look-out for something new.”
Mall of the North’s new retailers join its exceptional variety of 180 stores, restaurants and entertainment attractions in the popular 75 000 m² super-regional shopping centre anchored by popular department and grocery stores, including Checkers, Pick n Pay, Woolworths, Game and Edgars.
“We are always looking for ways to improve the experience we give our shoppers. So, we constantly evaluate our retail mix to ensure it is relevant, exciting and appealing to our customers. We want them to have a great time at the mall and that means offering them the very latest retail trends and innovations,” De Ridder concluded.