Select Citywalk brings in new round of international brands

After recently adding many new brands to its roster, the New Delhi mega mall is bringing in over a dozen new fashion and lifestyle brands over the next month to further expand its retail diversity.

Select CityWalk is bringing in new international fashion brands for the holiday season - Select CityWalk- Facebook

Select CityWalk is situated in Saket, New Delhi, and is one of the most well-known malls in India. Recently, the mall brought in Tribe Amrapali, The Organic Wash Club, Vega, Modern Bazaar, Burma Burma, Lulu & Sky, Party in a Box, and Kai Shop from Japan. The mall, however, has not finished expanding and is in the process of bringing in another group of brands for the holiday season.

Yogeshwar Sharma, the CEO and Executive Director of Select CityWalk recently commented: “We want our shoppers to go through a new experience every time they visit Select CityWalk. To keep the exclusivity and their demands in consideration we’re partnering up with a variety of brands in the shopping centre. From Pandora, Theobroma to relaunching Mango or even opening of Lulu & Sky, Tribe Amrapali, and Burma Burma, we’ve received a tremendous response and a lot of love from our patrons. And there’s so much more that we have in store for them in the coming months.”

Some of the brands that will soon be launching in the mall include Maison Des Parfums, Pandora, Theobroma, Scotch and Soda, and Jo Malone, an English perfume and lifestyle brand that launched in India over the summer. The mall will also open more international brand restaurants including a Pizza Express.

Select CityWalk was opened in 2007 and is promoted by Select Infrastructure Private Limited, a joint venture between the Select Group, working in the travel & tourism industry and the Aarone Group, niche Delhi based developers. The mall is home to many domestic and International fashion and lifestyle brands and an array of restaurants, bars, and a cinema. 

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