Moda Mall partners with James Harris
- Bahrain: Tuesday, March 19 - 2013 at 10:37
- PRESS RELEASE
Moda Mall, the Kingdom's ultra-modern fashion destination in collaboration with leading British fashion designer, James Harris, on 18th March 2013, launched the 2013 spring/summer collection under the theme 'Season of Colour' offering brand-conscious shoppers and visitors the opportunity to complement their shopping experience with exciting activities at the exclusive designer fashion event.
Held at the Fashion Court at Moda Mall, located on the ground floor of the Bahrain World Trade Center (BWTC), the ceremony was officially inaugurated by James Harris, the mall management and mall tenants in the presence of distinguished guests, fashionistas, stylists and members of the press. As part of the ceremony, visitors had the unique opportunity to meet the world renowned designer.
The spring summer collection boasts apparel, accessories, fragrance and footwear in various styles, colours and floral designs in keeping with the 'Season of Colours. The launch of this spectacular campaign provides an ideal platform for the brand conscious shoppers to express themselves in a unique way with the latest trends in fashion.
James Harris, the British fashion designer, is well-known in the luxury fashion industry. He is highly talented and has drawn critical acclaim and media attention throughout the world. Trained under Alexander McQueen, dresses designed by James were worn by celebrities from around the world.
The 'Season of Colours' campaign showcases mannequins displaying unique creations in Moda Mall's Fashion Court in a welcoming Spring Garden theme. In an unexpected twist, the clothes on display are made from 'unusual' materials including, sweets, rubber bands and paper clips with colour schemes and designs inspired from the spring/summer 2013 designer collections.
Over the two-week period, visitors and shoppers will have the opportunity to vote for their favourite designs on display and enter a draw to win three Moda Mall gift vouchers each which can be redeemed against the 2013 spring/summer collections. In addition, fashionistas have free access to the Spring Garden where they have the opportunity to capture the mood by taking photographs with their favourite awe-inspiring designs and share them on social media, before they walk away with the latest insights into 2013 fashion and colour trends.
Moda Mall is a high-end boutique shopping mall, with tenants comprising a veritable who's who of the global fashion community. Visitors to the Mall are presented with a choice of more than 150 designer brand name boutiques previously unattainable in the Kingdom of Bahrain; including De Beers, Dior, Hermes, Louis Vuitton, and Versace.
Other facilities housed at the mixed-use development is the state-of-the-art, international health club Fitness First, and a range of casual and fine dining restaurants, including, Abd El Wahab, BiCE Ristorante, Espressamente Illy Café and Maki.
Offering a 1,700 space car park shared with the adjoining Bahrain World Trade Center, Moda Mall is open all days of the week from 10 a.m. till 10 p.m. Brand conscious shoppers can enjoy the free car parking facility as Moda Mall offers complimentary car parking for the first two hours. After the allotted time, customers can continue to enjoy unlimited parking by submitting their purchase receipt (from any of Moda Mall outlets) as an exit pass to the parking cashier.
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