Dubai – July, 2013: The Emirati, Khalfan Abdullah Salman Saad, welcomes the holy month of Ramadan in style. He has just won a Fiat 500 by Gucci, a limited-edition sleek and sporty Italian convertible. Mr. Khalfan had bought himself a Philip Watch at the Paris Gallery Festival City store during the 'Timelessly Italian' promotion that ran at all Paris Gallery stores in the months of May and June this year. Paris Gallery customers who spent a minimum of AED 500 on Italian watch brands such as Just Cavalli, John Galliano, Morellato, Miss Sixty, Philip Watch and Sector No Limits were entitled to a chance to own the fab Italian convertible.
The winner, now the proud owner of the Gucci-styled convertible, was drawn at random at the Paris Gallery store in Dubai Mall in the presence of officials from the Department of Economic Development. The retro-looking Fiat 500 has been through a styling session with the fashionistas at Gucci, and has the Gucci trademark green-red-green trim running down the length of its sides. Italian brands are valued for their elegant designs, quality, durability, and charm. And Paris Gallery, a name synonymous for luxury, has one of the largest collections of Italian watches and jewellery in the UAE.
About Paris Gallery:A leading luxury retailer in the Middle East, Paris Gallery is the eponymous flagship brand of Paris Gallery Group, with over 3 million sq. ft. of luxurious shopping space and 50 stores located in prime retail addresses spanning across the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain. The stores offer a premium collection of over 500 international brands across several product categories including perfumes, skincare, makeup, watches, jewelry, fashion apparel, sunglasses and accessories.
With nearly two decades of expertise of keeping customers' interests at its core, Paris Gallery's opulent shopping environments, innovative retail concepts, service standards and its signature Arabic hospitality practices sees the brand stand out as an unequivocal shopping and gifting destination in the Middle East.