The new RESERVED store at CITYCENTER Celje will offer over 1,700 sqm of stylish fashion for women, men, adolescents, and children at affordable prices.
Including its market entry in Slovenia, LPP is represented in over 20 countries in Europe, Asia, and Africa. The company has been active in the market since 1991 and employs 25,000 people.
Ivana Marjanović, Regional Director SEE, Leasing and Expansion from LPP in Zagreb stated in regard to their expansion strategy:
"Slovenia has been in our expansionary focus for a long time. Our brand awareness is strengthened via our openings at the best locations in major cities. Celje is the third largest city in Slovenia, and Citycenter Celje is in the top position at the location. For us, this is the perfect starting point for further brand expansion in the country."
Darja Lesjak, Center Manager at CITYCENTER Celje, commented on the new brand entry:
"We are looking forward to further strengthening our fashion competence at the center with the new RESERVED store, starting in September. RESERVED offers fashion enthusiasts innovative, chic outfits of international stature."
Hans-Dieter Girlinger, Head of Leasing at SES, also added:
"SES is the preferred partner for brand concepts that want to expand into new countries. We are known for introducing the latest shop concepts at our centers in Slovenia. We are pleased to have found an international top shop partner for CITYCENTER in LPP via its RESERVED brand. In Ljubljana, we have other major shopping center projects in the pipeline."
About LPP SA
LPP SA is one of the most dynamically, fast-growing clothing companies in central-eastern Europe. The company has consistently operated in Poland and abroad for over 25 years, achieving success on the demanding clothing market. LPP SA manages 5 clothing brands: Reserved, Cropp, House, Mohito, and Sinsay. The company has a chain of over 1,700 branches with a total surface area of 1M square meters and online shops in 11 European countries. They employ 25 thousand people in offices and sales structures in Poland, Europe, Asia, and Africa. The LPP SA firm is listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange, Index WIG20 and is part of a prestigious MSCI Polish index.
About SES Spar European Shopping Centers
SES develops, builds, and operates shopping centers in six countries. The company currently manages about 30 shopping locations in Central, Southern, and Eastern Europe. Leasable area (GLA) amounts to 801,000 square meters. SES is the market leader in the shopping center business segment in Austria and Slovenia. In 2017, tenants at its locations generated gross sales revenue of 2.88 billion euros. SES also provides its know-how as a service in the areas of project development, construction management, leasing retail space, and shopping center and facility management.
SES is a company of the SPAR Austria Group.