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G-Star opens megastore in Antwerp

G-Star opens megastore in Antwerp

Dutch jeans brand G-Star Raw has opened its second largest store in the world in Antwerp, Belgium. Its 530 sqm store is second only to the store in Shanghai (750sqm).

Close to the Meir

The store in Antwerp will have 2 floors of clothing, for both men and women. 

 

The chain already had a store in the Kammenstraat, but it decided to move to the Huidevetterstraat as soon as a store location became available. The new location is right next to the biggest shopping street in Antwerp, the Meir.

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