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Multi brand store
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World without strangers
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Leaders in boardshort technology and innovation
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Baobab Company
Baobab Company is T-Shirt and Ready to wear brand born in the Indian Ocean in 1995
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Fashion House
DBM Industrial Zone, Phoenix, Fashion House is one the best in Fashion
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Ipanema Mauritius
Ideal for putting together an outfit that says "Summer", this is a footwear brand with beach soul, giving access to fashion and highlighting each woman's natural charm
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Quinze Serge Blanco
Created by the T.N.T Company, the famous Serge Blanco brand has never ceased to impose its chic and yet relaxed style since 15 years.
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Laughing Duke
Laughing Duke focuses on very exclusive styles and designs.
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Celio* offers a fully dedicated zone for men! The Celio* style focuses on quality, a variety of colours and designs
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Koki has replaced the Mauritian brand Ginger. The Koki shop sells beachwear for men and boys exclusively.
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The major shopping centres are the Caudhan Waterfront, Happy World House,Orchard Centre, Ruisseau Creole, Jumbo Phoenix and Jumbo Riche Terre. There is also a range of specialized shops and exciting markets offering a vast array of products at attractive prices. Mauritius manufacture clothes for export for brands such as Billabong, Cerrutti, Burberry as well as several other international high street brands. Duty free in Mauritius is competitively priced which explains the rise in shop numbers in line with the government's view of making the island a shopper’s paradise.The souvenir and handicraft products are of better quality and diversity than ever before, the most notable of all being the ship models.
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