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Sinsay gets flagship expansion at Westgate

The fashion brand Sinsay, which is part of LPP Group from Poland, has launched its new store at Westgate Shopping City. They have been a loyal tenant at the center for years and now relocated to an expanded shop with a new concept that includes both fashion, and home accessories.

The relocated store is Sinsay’s new flagship and one of the largest formats in Croatia, covering an area of around 1,220 sq m. Besides fashion items for men, women and kids, the brand starts to offer home accessories, decorations, and a wide range of bed and personal care products. 

This is the second large-scale opening at Westgate this month. Last week, Half Price, off-price retailer from Poland, launched its first store in Croatia. Since the start of pandemic, Westgate has launched 15 new shops, including 4F which chose Westgate as their first location in Croatia. 

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