A New Shopping Destination: Seibu’s Grand Unveiling at The Exchange TRX

Seibu, Malaysia’s first and largest luxury Japanese department store, is ready to open its doors to the public on November 29. Located at The Exchange TRX, this premium shopping destination boasts an extensive collection of luxury, international, contemporary, and Japanese brands, with over 700 brands available for patrons to explore.

What sets Seibu apart is its role in introducing more than 100 brands to the Malaysian market for the first time, creating excitement and anticipation among shoppers. Additionally, the store will feature 110 Japanese brands, further enriching its unique and diverse offerings.

Seibu’s meticulously designed interior, crafted by renowned British architects HMKM and Cardy Papa, exudes an elegant ambiance, providing a haven for discerning shoppers.

Upon entering the store through the valet entrance, patrons will be greeted by renowned beauty brands like Chanel, Dior, Mulberry, Hermes, and many more on the ground floor. This floor is home to Malaysia’s largest Beauty Hall, featuring a remarkable selection of 116 skincare, makeup, and cosmetic brands.

Adjacent to the Beauty Hall is the “Shoe Salon,” where visitors can explore over 20 premier international footwear brands, including Giuseppe Zanotti, Rupert Sanderson, Sergio Rossi, and more.

The first floor offers a shopping haven with top-notch fashion brands such as Lauren Woman, The Shirt Bar, G Star Raw, and others showcasing their latest collections.

For families, the second floor is dedicated to children’s luxury fashion brands, toys, travel accessories, and more.

After an indulgent shopping spree, patrons can head to the concourse level, where a delightful array of dining options awaits. Seibu presents 11 tempting dining options and cafes, including Sushi Suzuki, Mediterranean restaurant La Marche, Wagyu Beef One-Six, Miyatake Udon, Tarbushi Ramen, and more.

Coffee and pastry enthusiasts can find satisfaction at Kenny Hills Bakers (concourse level), The Coffee Lounge by Kenny Hills Coffee (Level 1), or Mori Kohi (Level 2).

Adding an extra layer of exclusivity to its offerings, Seibu is poised to unveil an exclusive fashion collection designed by prominent Japanese artist and designer Hiroko Takahashi. This highly anticipated opening promises an exciting shopping and dining experience for all.

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