With the name sitting elegantly at the centre of its majestic glass facade, NOOS attracts shoppers from all walks of life who cannot but fall in love with the layout and interior décor of the store, its latest trending collections and varied styles befitting the pockets of all.

The unveiling starts from the basement with the five-year-old twin girl making her pick from the girl’s rail, together with her twin brother who long made his choice of clothes. The showing continues to unfold with the cool teenager and her young mother earnestly exploring every piece at the store’s entrance level, and concludes at the top floor, where the classy father and a modest gentleman nearing his pension walk off with a selection of clothing without having hollowed their wallets.

In the basement, shoppers find themselves immersed in childhood years. Sitting comfortably on large puffy cushions, children sit  enchanted by the animated movie starring on the large screen, with little worry for the mothers fretting around the voguish collection of bags and bewitching lingerie. With no sense of doubt, their gaze falls on the stunning stilettos provokingly standing on the shelves, seemingly shouting "You walk, we talk."

Performers stroll past long, cemented walls exhibiting a runway of the most up-to-date, yet very affordable urban brands for women, with styles and fits for wearing and pairing with shoes, accessories and more. From early teens to the slim or plus-sized female, the collections surely match up their style.

Some seconds tick away before the lift stops at the men’s high street of fashion. A total of 150 square metres of male territory, housing a mix of shirts and tops, chinos and jeans, wallets and bags, underwear and footwear, cool and casual, or informal smarts. The selection of brands is sure to complete any wardrobe at surprisingly modest prices.

A unique experience. A showcase not to be missed. An opportunity to avail of, with an early-bird promo running between April 27 and May 1 during which shoppers can get their second item at half price.

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