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Coach sets up first flagship store in South-east Asia
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COACH, a New York-based marketer of fine accessories and gifts for women and men, is opening its first flagship store in South-east Asia.

The 5,200sqf Coach Pavilion, which will be located in Pavilion KL in the Malaysian capital , is set to open in the middle of this month, said Song Su Ann, marketing manage for Coach, Valiram Group, Malaysia.

The store will offer the fashionable Malaysian shopper a selection of handbags, women’s and men’s small leathergoods, business cases, weekend and travel accessories, footwear, watches, outerwear, scarves, sunwear, jewellery and related accessories.

To celebrate the launch of the flagship store, Coach has created an exclusive limited edition Legacy Thompson Satchel in a fresh parchment colour. The Thompson Collection, named after a street in the trendy West Village in New York, “evokes a downtown chic vibe with a historical, artisan sensibility”.

The limited edition bag includes a story patch in the inner lining calling out the exclusivity of this style and the hangtag specially imprinted with the country and season the bag is limited to. Coach is creating only 25 of these bags as a worldwide exclusive edition, said Song


2007 November Stories:

Global Food & Style Expo 2008

China’s hypermarket sector set for growth

Coach sets up first flagship store in South-east Asia

BHG opens third heartland store in Singapore

India’s rural retail sector shows promise

Metro shifts focus to private labels in India

Dairy Farm’s Wellcome opened in Ho Chi Minh City

Courts reports profits and increased sales, signs exclusive with Dell

Fast Retailing grows home and overseas business

China’s secondary cities picking up credit-card use

F J Benjamin achieves 38% turnover growth

Auric Pacific Group takes over Délifrance Asia

Unilever Indonesia buys over Ultrajaya’s fruit drinks

US restaurant chain makes China its base for Asian expansion

India poised to become world’s prime food-sourcing hub

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