Picture from New Yorker's current fashion campaign
11 Oct. 2012
NEW YORKER EXPANDS TO NORWAY AND FINLAND
New Yorker continues its expansion plans by entering Norway and Finland. The international fashion company from Braunschweig, Germany has already opened up a store in "Farmandstredet Center" in Tonsberg, Norway, this month and will launch further branches across the country throughout the year.
In addition, New Yorker will enter the Finnish market on October 18 with the opening of a branch in "Willa Center" in Hyvinkää. Also Finland shall see more openings coming during 2013.
The successes of 2011, with the fashion house opening over 100 new branches and entering new markets in the Ukraine and Kazakhstan, put the brand in a strong position for continuing its expansion. With entering Norway, New Yorker wants to tie in with its successful operations in Scandinavia, where the fashion chain currently runs 25 stores in Denmark and Sweden.
New Yorker offers its customers a wide selection of trend fashion by its own brands such as Fishbone, Fishbone Sister, Smog, Amisu and Censored.
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