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Salsa Jeans (left), Parfois (right) /// credit: Retail Outlet Shopping GmbH
Salsa Jeans (left), Parfois (right) /// credit: Retail Outlet Shopping GmbH

Salsa Jeans and Parfois join La Torre Outlet Zaragoza

La Torre Outlet Zaragoza welcomes Salsa Jeans and Parfois, as the summer sales get underway.

On Friday, May 9, La Torre Outlet Zaragoza kicked off the summer sales period, which coincided with the opening of the Portuguese accessories and clothing brand Parfois. Last May, the outlet shopping destination between Madrid and Barcelona also welcomed the Portuguese brand Salsa Jeans.

“We strongly believe these two new stores are a good fit with La Torre Outlet Zaragoza’s target audience and will contribute to further enrich the existing fashion and lifestyle brand mix,” says Claudio Poltera, Centre Manager at La Torre Outlet Zaragoza.

The first to land in the center was Salsa Jeans, one of Europe’s most popular denim brands. Established in 1994, Salsa Jeans has grown over the years to become a benchmark clothing brand in the sector, famous for its attention to detail.

The inauguration of the store was celebrated with the launch of Coupons Week from May 4 to 7. Up to 35,000 coupons were distributed throughout the city of Zaragoza and at the center’s information point, as well as being available on the outlet shopping destination’s website, allowing visitors to enjoy unique discounts.

The most recent opening is that of Parfois. The accessories brand is currently present in 70 countries, with more than 1000 shops, 300 of them spread throughout Spain. Following a smart chic style, Parfois offers a wide variety of bags, jewelry, clothing, sunglasses, scarves, watches, hats and much more.

“The new Parfois store is ideally located right opposite Adidas, we hope our customers will be as excited about it as we are,” adds Claudio Poltera.

La Torre Outlet Zaragoza, awarded in 2022 as the Best Shopping Park in Spain by the Spanish Association of Shopping Centers, will continue with its wave of openings this summer. In this case at the food court, which already includes a wide range of Spanish restaurants such as El Molino, 100 Montaditos or D’Jorge, Italian cuisine with La Tagliatella or Muerde la Pasta, Asian dining with Padthaiwok or Sushisom, and American food with Foster’s Hollywood, McDonald’s or KFC, the latter of which was inaugurated last summer.

Opened in October 2020, La Torre Outlet Zaragoza, managed by the Austrian operator ROS Retail Outlet Shopping, combines convenience shopping, a Bauhaus DIY store and a food court with a premium factory outlet village. The new fashion and lifestyle shopping destination for northern Spain offers more than 60 designer, fashion and lifestyle brands like Guess, Desigual, Pepe Jeans, Tommy Hilfiger, Mango as well as adidas, Puma, Skechers and many more.


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