You can now shop the latest accessory trends at Australia Fair

Ladies, you can now pick up trendy & affordable accessories at Australia Fair, with Colette by Colette Hayman opening its doors at the centre.

The international fashion accessories retailer joins a new era of style at Australia Fair, as the iconic retail and lifestyle precinct unveils a $25 million revitalisation, on track for completion later this year.

Colette by Colette Hayman is one of Australia’s fastest growing fashion accessories brands, built on the premise that fabulous style need not cost a fortune. With new collections dropping weekly, the store epitomises fast fashion, interpreting trends from the catwalks and fashion capitals of the world to offer affordable accessories, handbags and jewellery for local style seekers.


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Australia Fair general manager Ramon Otten said the highly anticipated new store opening would enhance the centre’s offering for shoppers, as upgrades to the ground floor continued to modernise the mall and its exterior.

“We are delighted to welcome Colette by Colette Hayman to Australia Fair, and expect this internationally successful brand to be very popular with our young and fashion-conscious demographic,” Mr Otten said.

“Colette by Colette Hayman is known for fun, stylish and affordable handbags and accessories for all occasions, which we feel makes the brand a fresh and exciting addition to the expanding retail offering of our new-look centre.

“With such a high calibre of new retailers coming on board, it is very gratifying to see Australia Fair’s transformation coming to life, as we continue to unveil a vibrant and contemporary shopping experience to the public ahead of the 2018 Commonwealth Games,” he said.

Other new tenants joining Australia Fair’s exciting retail offering who have recently opened at the centre include, Ted Ross, U Grill, Joy Stylist and Green Valley Butcher. Brazilian restaurant and bar The Grill House, Vintage Grind, Stella Saigon Street Food, Chikar, Wrap and Roll and LiquorLand are also set to open their doors over the next few months, while several existing traders are relocating or undergoing a fresh fit-out.

The exterior facelift is creating a contemporary facade for the retail, dining and entertainment complex, with the new structure to feature lighting and fresh signage bearing Australia Fair’s new branding.

Stage one of the redevelopment project is expected to be completed by November. For more details please visit australiafair.com.au.

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