Conde Nast to open Vogue Café in Dubai Mall by year-end
- United Arab Emirates: Wednesday, September 26 - 2012 at 04:07
Global publisher, Conde Nast International, has announced plans to open a Vogue Café in the Dubai's largest shopping mall by the end of the year, the Associated Press has reported. The café at in Dubai Mall will be the company's first such cafe in the Middle East, where luxury fashion labels such as Louis Vuitton, Burberry and Chanel are extremely popular among the region's well-heeled shoppers. "The expatriate community and the local Emirati community are very conscious of brands," said Stuart Nielsen, director of Conde Nast's restaurant division. "People always love to eat and drink, and we see an opportunity because they love fashion."
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