Marc Cain And MCM Now At McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Roermond

In August, the two internationally renowned German designer brand Marc Cain and MCM celebrate their entry into the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Roermond and thus complement the international well-known premium brand Marc Cain the designer and brand mix on August 8th on 200 square meters opened a factory outlet in the designer outlet Roermond. The collections by Marc Cain are casual, elegant, fresh, vibrant and always trendy. The label combines innovative design with high-quality materials and perfect business and leisure looks. In the new factory outlet in the McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Roermond, you will find the labels Marc Cain collections and Marc Cain sports as well as shoes and accessories. Store Designer Outlet Roermond opened in a Pop-Up MCM on 12 August for 6 months.

The German luxury label focusing on quality leather goods, especially bags and shoes, with international stars and customers among the exclusive status symbol. Founded in 1976 Munich label is known for traditional and elegant accessories and thrilled with new interpretations. Up to the Spring 2014 visitors have the leather goods collections to explore the possibility to 105 square feet. With the opening of the MCM temporary stores and of the own brand Marc Cain Store is perfectly complemented the unique brand mix of outlets and the range of high-class designer brands in the Center. More than 200 designer brands in over 150 stylish stores can be found all year round offering their goods at prices which are always 30 to 70 percent below those recommended by the manufacturer in the outlet Center: of designer brands such as Armani, Burberry, Dolce & Gabbana, sports and lifestyle brands such as Desigual, guess, true religion, to accessories of ABRO and Navyboot or laundering of triumph. Thus Marc Cain and MCM fits perfectly in the long list of designer brands. McArthurGlen Designer Outlet Roermond of schoner can shopping not be facts & figures that designer outlet Roermond was opened in November 2001, just five kilometres behind the german Dutch border.