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MENAFN - Muscat Daily - 15/12/2013
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(MENAFN - Muscat Daily) Lalique boutique opened at Opera Galleria, Royal Opera House Muscat (ROHM), on Wednesday. The premium boutique is a French luxury brand known for its exceptional craftsmanship of crystals.

While inaugurating the boutique, H H Sayyid Kamil Fahad Mahmood al Said, also member of the board of directors of ROHM, said, ''There have been many inauguration ceremonies at Opera Galleria with each boutique playing an important and vital role in making the galleria the most luxurious destination in the sultanate. The beautiful crystals displayed here [Lalique] will be a source of joy for collectors and enthusiasts.''

He added, ''With the continuous efforts of the board of directors of ROHM as well as our CEO and our directors of business development we strive in bringing the best local and international brands and Lalique needs no introduction. It is recognised as an undisputed master of crystals. We can now proudly showcase Lalique which we believe will not only compliment other luxury brands but also add immense value to the galleria. ROHM has become a gateway for global dialogue and exchange of arts as well as a landmark destination for fine arts, fashion and food.''

Silvio Denz, chairman and CEO of Lalique, said, ''We are pleased to be associated with the prestigious Al Awadi Group renowned for its alliance with some of the world's most popular luxury brands.

''With presence in over 80 countries, our new Muscat boutique not only introduces a unique luxury product, but also presents Omani art lovers with the exceptional style, craftsmanship and artistry of Lalique crystals.''

Speaking on behalf of Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah al Awadi, chairman, Al Awadi Group, Dr Maha al Awadi said, ''The simultaneous opening of the boutique along with the continuing 43rd National Day celebrations is no coincidence. This venture is one more component in furthering the Omani government's endeavour to enhance the national economy by initiating, supporting and improving the climate for private enterprises in the sultanate.

''It is an extension of His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said's vision to make Oman a significant player in the international business arena through the expansion of the private sect


 


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