Vacation hotspot a new fashion destination
on Wednesday,March 18,2009 19:03
Luxury retailers have completed the unveiling of a range of top fashion stores in Los Cabos.
The resort known for its white beaches and blue skies now also has something to offer to tireless shoppers with Luxury Avenue including the most exclusive fashion, jewelry, fragrance and cosmetic stores in Mexico.
Among the world-renowned brands, visitors to Los Cabos can find Carolina Herrera, Coach, Fendi, Tiffany & Co., Swarovski and other stores along a waterfront location at the center of the Cabo San Lucas Marina.
"Just as the name implies, Luxury Avenue brings together the most sought-after designer collections, along with VIP services to give our clients the highest level of personalized service available," says Jose Garcia Villarreal, CEO of Grupo Ultrafemme.
The project follows a smaller scale designer boutique mall in Cancun launched in 2004. Located in Cancun''s hotel zone, it offers a range of high-end merchandise such as Burberry, Cartier, Louis Vuitton, MaxMara, MontBlanc and Tous.
Luxury Avenue was implemented by Grupo Ultrafemme, a company that offers travelers more than 500 brands of cosmetic, fragrance and skin care products. Its Ultrajewels boutiques also feature fine jewelry and timepieces such as Rolex, David Yurman, Omega and TAG Heuer.
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