Inglot opens first Belgian store | RetailDetail

Inglot opens first Belgian store

Inglot opens first Belgian store

Cosmetics chain Inglot will open its very first Belgian store in Antwerp next week, alongside the relaunch of its Dutch web shop after it went bankrupt last year.

Shop-in-shops with hairdressers

Polish Inglot was declared bankrupt in the Netherlands in October of last year, three years after it had entered the market and it only had a brand store in Amersfoort left after the restart. "Inglot will focus on Dutch expansion through shop-in-shops at large hairdressers", a spokesperson told RetailNews.


The Dutch version of its web shop has been reopened as well and emphasizes the many colour variations in Inglot's line of products. The Polish cosmetics chain has more than 300 stores worldwide, with establishments in London, Barcelona, Milan and New York.

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