Brisbane’s newest high-fashion hub, Indooroopilly Shopping Centre, is ready to reopen their doors this month with a plethora of leading fashion names joining the mix.
The newly renovated space will house an impressive line-up of designers including Australia’s first Armani Collezioni store, Queensland’s first Ted Baker, and international fashion brands Hugo Boss and Calibre.
Shoppers can also expect Aussie icons Carla Zampatti, Zimmermann, Scanlan Theodore, Sass & Bide, Manning Cartell, Mecca Cosmetics and Camilla.
Centre Manager, Leah Mienert says their new precinct will revolutionise the high-end shopping experience for Brisbane consumers. “For many designers this is the first time they have offered their products in Brisbane,” she says.
Ted Baker says Indooroopilly was the perfect fit for his first Queensland store. “Sitting alongside an excellent array of Australian and international brands, I know we’re in great company,” he says.
“Each Ted store is tailored to reflect both my own style and the immediate surroundings. Taking over Sir Thomas Brisbane’s voyage to the edge of the universe, we have created a store inspired by his love and fascination with astronomy.”
Met with whimsy and wonder, Camilla will also offer customers something new and exciting, showcasing the complete range of women’s, men’s, and children’s fashion and accessories, and homewares.
To match their new stylish neighbours, the redevelopment will also see a revitalised David Jones, Myer, Coles, Woolworths, Target and Kmart.
Needless to say, the stellar selection is sure to secure Indooroopilly Shopping Centre among Australia’s top shopping destinations.