German fashion brand Comma to open two stores in the Netherlands
German fashion brand Comma will soon be adding two new stores to its Dutch portfolio.
In March the womenswear label will open a 133 m2 mono-brand store at shopping destination De Barones in Breda, which also houses a Hudson’s Bay, H&M, Pull&Bear and Van Uffelen Mode. A month later, a 119 m2 brand store will land in the city of Nijmegen.
Comma currently operates one store in the Netherlands, which is located in Roermond. The label entered the Dutch market in 2008. In addition to the Roermond shop, Comma is currently available to Dutch customers via its own online store and other web shops, including Zalando, HoutBrox and department store De Bijenkorf (also in-store). Physical points of sale include Smit Mode, Ter Horst van Geel and De Blank Mode.
The German fashion brand has two collections: Comma and Comma Casual Identity. In addition to the Netherlands, the label is available in more than 25 countries. The sales network includes the brand’s own stores, franchises, shop-in-shops and an online shop for customers in Germany, Switzerland and the EU, which totals at 2,500 selling points. Comma is a subsidiary of the Freier Group.
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