Europe’s chicest outlets

Admin 25 May 2011 0 comment

05Everybody likes to find a bargain, especially when it’s a luxury brand item. There’s a lot of pleasure to the process from spotting the item and checking the price, to trying it on, before checking the price again, purchasing and heading home feeling extra smug with your new found must-have. Chic Outlet Shopping® Villages offer you the chance to do just that in 5-star settings at 9 locations across Europe.

These shopping destinations are located just outside exciting cities across the continent including fashion capitals London, Paris and Milan. The remaining six are situated near Madrid, Barcelona, Milan, Frankfurt, Munich, Brussels and Dublin so you’re never far from a cultural centre. The different countries and regions all have their own cultures and traditions, resulting in some truly inspiring creativity, which is reflected in the architecture of the Villages, and in their unique brand offerings.02

When planning your trip to Europe, be sure to include at least one of the Villages in your itinerary, as it will be a truly enjoyable shopping experience. The Collection boasts 900 elegant boutiques set in unique settings complimented by a range of cafes and restaurants serving local specialties as well as international cuisine.

Depending on the location you choose, you can shop a broad range of brands from quintessential British names like Vivienne Westwood and Alexander McQueen, to Italian favourites like Missoni and Belstaff alongside French classics by Comptoir des Cotonniers and Antik Batik. Not to mention luxury lifestyle brands including Cath Kidston and Waterford Wedgwood, all with savings of up to 60% off the original retail price.

The villages also host a range of events and promotions with which you can keep up to date with via Twitter, Facebook, and the Chic Outlet Shopping® app. which is available to download now for iPad, iPod and Android devices. It enables you to plan your visit and includes an interactive Village map ensuring you don’t miss a thing! There is also The Chic Buzz blog which is updated daily with the latest fashion and shopping news, so you really have no excuse not be have your finger on the pulse of Europe’s chicest outlets.




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