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Glitz Mount Lavinia reopens with ‘Fashioned by Nature’ theme

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Glitz, Sri Lanka’s number one fashion destination recently reopened its doors under the theme ‘Fashioned by Nature’, which took inspiration from the lush tropical greenery of our island nation. The newly revamped outlet in Mount Lavinia re-opened to a throng of well-wishers, customers, staff and friends in the media.  

Glitz has expanded its offering in order to provide a wider selection of styles to suit every occasion and personality. Apart from the vast array of fashionable apparel and home goods available for sale, the newly revamped outlet now consists of two car parks, automated payment services and a food court. 

Glitz Manager Marketing Raneez Sheriff said, “The Glitz brand was launched with the concept of providing a lifestyle retail experience. We have now expanded our offering to curate a convenient and comfortable shopping environment for our customers while staying true to our brand promise of quality merchandise, the latest in fashion, and value for money.”

Glitz Mount Lavinia now boasts a brand new wing with an endless selection of brands for shoppers to choose from. Customers will be able to shop for a range of fashion items and accessories for women, men and children including casual wear, formal and occasion wear. The new store will also have an expanded selection of the brand’s own labels including Huff & Dee, Pink Elephant, NLM, MBRK and Deedat all rolling out the season’s hottest trends. 

In addition, a kiddie’s play area has been built on the second floor of the new wing so that the shopping experience is convenient, safe and fun for both parent and child. Glitz is also one of the official merchandisers for the Disney brand in Sri Lanka, and is all set to delight its youngest shoppers. 

In celebration of the re-opening, the outlet had a special 15% discount on all items storewide on 14 and 15 July. Video mapping projections will be displayed in the evenings until 19 July.

The Glitz outlet is manned by well trained staff members who offer customers the best possible shopping experience in a friendly atmosphere complimented by fashion advice on what outfits best suit them along with the most appropriate accessories to match their choice.

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