Macquarie Centre's 440 million transformation will be unveiled on 16 October 2014, with the enviable mix of international stores joining domestic powerhouses, Myer and David Jones. These will form part of a glamorous two floor fashion galleria that will feature a total of 130 specialty fashion and beauty stores.
The list of stores doesn't stop there, with luxury Australian designers Scanlan Theodore, Zimmermann, Alice McCall, Gorman, Willow and Sass & Bide adding weight to the already impressive list of retailers.
Yael Bradbury, Senior Marketing Manager Macquarie Centre, said, "We have some grand plans for when our doors open upon completion of the redevelopment, including two fashion runway shows to showcase everything we will have to offer at Macquarie Centre."
Next week , the centre will also launch My Macquarie, a personalised app for shopping,
fashion news, trends and events. It is the first Australian app to feature catwalk
-to-mobile technology, which allows users to compile a 'look book' of favourite outfits from the live runway event on opening day and then helps them to navigate their way around the centre to browse and purchase items.
The shopping countdown is on! Visit macquariecentre.com.au for further information.
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