Monki opens a new store in St. Petersburg
25.11.2015 6620

Monki opens a new store in St. Petersburg

The Swedish clothing and footwear brand will open a 360 sq. m in the shopping and entertainment center "Raduga". The new store is the third in a row in St. Petersburg, the other two are located in Europolis and London Mall. Since 2006, the Monki brand of youth clothing has been actively developing and has already opened more than 80 brand stores in Europe, Japan and China, as well as an online store that delivers to 18 European countries. Monki is part of the H&M trading group.

Swedish fashion brand of clothes and shoes will open a 360 sq. m in the shopping center "Rainbow".

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