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Victoria’s Secret to open first store in Belgium

Victoria’s Secret to open first store in Belgium

After Victoria's Secret had opened its very first European store in London last year, it will now open its very first Belgian store next month, at Zaventem Brussels Airport.

Great day for Belgian fashionistas

Victoria's Secret, mainly known for its yearly fashion show full of famous angels (like Heidi Klum, Giselle Bundchen and Tyra Banks), will not only sell lingerie in its Belgian store: the offer will also consist of perfume, accessories and nightwear.


With the announcement of first Belgian stores for &Other Stories, a H&M subsidiary, in Antwerp and Primark in Brussels, it has been a great past few days for Belgian fashionistas, whose wallets may suffer in the near future.



(Translated by Gary Peeters)

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