Massimo Dutti reopens store in Dubai Festival City

Massimo Dutti recently reopened its 5,995-square-foot global concept store on the ground floor of Dubai Festival City.

The newly renovated store features warmer, more contemporary spaces and environments. Walnut wood, brass, leather and dark marble are the dominant materials in the new design, which blends the company's signature modern lines and classic details. 

Three large window displays look out onto Festival City's retail area. 

Opened in 1985, Spain-based Massimo Dutti was originally limited to menswear. In 1995, it launched its first womenswear collection, with a variety of timeless styles from casual to sophisticated. Today, it has a commercial presence in 69 countries with more than 700 stores across Europe, America and Asia.

The chain belongs to the Inditex Group, one of the largest fashion retailers in the world with more than 6,249 stores in 86 countries on five continents. In addition to Massimo Dutti, Inditex owns seven other fashion chains: Zara, Pull&Bear, Bershka, Stradivarius, Oysho, Zara Home and Uterqüe.
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