Lipault expands its store network

Lipault expands its store network

The French luggage company Lipault, bought by luggage giant Samsonite in April 2014, will expand its store network both in France and abroad.

Expansion both locally and abroad

Lipault, known for its colourful bags and celebrating its tenth anniversary this year, will open a new boutique in May. It will move into a former Orange store in the Parisian Marais district.

 

Also next month, it also open a new store in the La Défense district, in the Quatre Temps commercial center. By the end of May, Lipault will have 4 Parisian stores, on top of its store in Strasbourg and its warehouse in La Défense. 

 

Internationally, Lipault will also expand and open its first store in Johannesburg (South Africa) over the summer.

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