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The s.Oliver fashion brand has arrived in Belgrade

s.Oliver chose MPC Properties shopping centers network, UŠĆE Shopping Center, BEO Shopping Center and Delta City, to enter the Serbian market.

The fashion brands Oliver arrived in Serbia with a whole new concept of the store with styles and accessories for women, men and children, which is a real turning point and takes the shopping experience to a new level. s.Oliver chose MPC Properties shopping centers network, UŠĆE Shopping Center, BEO Shopping Center and Delta City, to enter the Serbian market, which conforms MPC leading position and expertise in developing and managing the country’s largest retail projects. On the occasion of the opening s.Oliver arranged special benefits for the visitors of these shopping centers: with the new collection, customers received a 20% discount as well as gift boxes for the first hundred consumers in each mall.

The new brand comes with the lines s.Oliver and s.Oliver’s QS. /// MPCProperties

With these new openings customers can expect the newly developed store concept, which makes the product the main protagonist. The generous designs of each store and the bright, warm colors give them the freedom to influence and inspire their collections. Attention is focused on detail and the presentation of the garment is noticeable: sophisticated and stunning combinations of casual, business, and casual clothing in new types of models – they are realistic and show the full range of the brand. The new brand comes with the lines s.Oliver and s.Oliver’s QS. Both lines have models that are suitable for both holidays and everyday life. What they have in common is that each of them has a fashion in their DNA.

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