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Old April 29th, 2008, 05:36 AM   #1
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Old April 30th, 2008, 04:58 AM   #4
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Lifestyle centres for KL Sentral

KUALA LUMPUR: Kuala Lumpur Sentral, the integrated commercial-cum-residential development in Brickfields, will have two retail-cum-lifestyle centres offering close to one million sq ft of net lettable space.

The first, the 100,000-sq-ft Sooka Sentral Lifestyle Centre that opened last December, is now fully occupied.

Sooka Sentral Sdn Bhd general manager Zulkefli Ibrahim said the RM50mil lifestyle centre would provide wellness, health, beauty and dining facilities for residents and office workers in Kuala Lumpur Sentral and the surrounding area.

With rental rates of RM8 to RM20 per sq ft, Sooka was expected to generate an annual rental income of RM8.4mil, he said at a media tour of the new facility yesterday.

The second project will comprise a 750,000-sq-ft shopping centre to be built at a cost of RM420mil on Lot G. Construction will kick off by mid-year for completion in 2011.

Zulkefli said the new shopping centre was expected to generate annual rental income of RM60mil.

The 72-acre Kuala Lumpur Sentral development started in 1997 and is scheduled to be completed in 2015.
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Old May 3rd, 2008, 04:30 AM   #5
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Fashion extravaganza at the mall with airport theme
By TAN KARR WEI




You can be a hero, too: Casual attire by DC Superheroes.
About 500 guests decked in their best evening attire literally “checked-in” to the 1 Utama Fashion on 1 gala party.

The lower ground floor Oval was transformed into an airport with a flight display board, check-in counters, aerobridges and windsocks.

Guests had to produce their invitation card that was designed like a boarding pass to enter the event through an aerobridge.

According to 1 Utama advertising and promotions manager Patrick So, they came up with the idea to remind people that the mall had many international and local brands under one roof.

‘‘Instead of travelling overseas to shop, they can get well-known brands here,” he said.

Belinda Chee and Hansen Lee, in cabin crew uniforms provided by Jetstar, were the emcees for the night, while the band Evening Breeze provided the entertainment.


Eclectic: Look casual but funky with these leisure wear by Tropicana Life.

When the fashion show started, models took to the runway that resembled an airstrip complete with navigational lights.

The latest fashion from brands like Raoul, Topshop, Marks & Spencer, Storybook Couture, Key Ng,Noor Arfa and Padini were paraded while the models themselves proved to be eye candy for the enthusiastic crowd.

Dedicated fashion shows for each brand would take place throughout the week until tomorrow.
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Parkson opens store at East Coast Mall


Admirable: Parkson’s senior management staff looking at a lion head during the opening of the store at East Coast Mall in Kuantan recently.KUANTAN: Parkson Corporation Sdn Bhd recently opened its third store here at East Coast Mall.

Its general manager (marketing and merchandising) Raymond Teo said Parkson was proud to contribute to the Government’s vision under the East Coast Economic Region.

“We are constantly taking steps to evolve and change our stores to suit the lifestyle and needs of shoppers.

“The latest outlet is a new-generation concept store where the total environment has been enhanced to create a modern and comfortable shopping experience for customers,” he said.


Admirable: Parkson’s senior management staff looking at a lion head during the opening of the store at East Coast Mall in Kuantan recently.

Teo said, to promote healthy living among Malaysians, Parkson would adopt parks nationwide under its corporate social responsibility programme.

“We adopted six parks, including Taman Kejiranan in Jalan Teluk Sisek here. We are not only contributing financially to improve the facilities, as our staff will volunteer to upkeep the parks as well,” he said.
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Hey, BIG SPENDER: RM67 billion - That’s how much Malaysians and tourists spent on shopping last year...
By : Vasantha Ganesan



KUALA LUMPUR: Malaysians and tourists spent nearly RM67.1 billion last year, a 12.8 per cent growth from 2006, and the fastest growth in 16 years.

The forecast for this year is RM71.8 billion in retail sales.

Most of the purchases last year involved shopping at specialty sub-sectors (such as toys, fitness equipment and optical products) and fashion and fashion accessories.

The latest Malaysia Retail Industry Report also showed that the other beneficiaries of the consumer ringgit were department stores such as Parkson and Metrojaya, and department store-cum-supermarkets such as The Store and Jusco.

Consumers were also driven to buy during the Mega Sale carnival, and civil servants who received an increment also spent more. Tourists accounted for 10 to 12 per cent of sales during Visit Malaysia Year 2007, the report added.

Aggressive expansion of retail stores and the opening of four mega malls (Pavilion, The Gardens, Sunway Pyramid extension and AEON Bukit Tinggi) widened both the retail pie and reach to consumers.

"Malaysian consumers did not cut down on their spending although prices of food (take-away food and meals at food and beverage outlets) and groceries (milk and meat) increased last year due to higher raw material prices as a result of higher oil prices," the report said.

The quarterly report is tabulated by Retail Group Malaysia (RGM) on behalf of the Malaysian Retailers Association. The data takes into account all sales in Malaysia, excluding big ticket items like houses and cars.

RGM managing director Tan Hai Hsin cautioned that the impressive growth numbers for last year was not an indication of recovery for the retail industry, as consumer confidence was likely to dip and result in a tightening of purse strings.

RGM expects consumers to spend cautiously and projects that retail growth will only be about seven per cent this year.

Tan said that the surging costs of daily staples and the imminent rise in fuel price may see an impact on spending in the second half of the year.

RGM pointed out that Malaysia was fortunate that the food crisis was not an economic crisis.
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Old May 14th, 2008, 05:55 AM   #11
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Style and glamour on the catwalk
By LIM CHIA YING


STYLISH black and glamorous gold were celebrated at The Curve's Fashion Week recently as models sashayed down the runway in designs by tenants of the shopping mall.

To reinforce the theme of “Black & Gold”, the runway was dressed in chic black, and splashed with glittery gold features. Even the sofas on which the guests and press members sat were not spared from the gold “dressing”.

In a prelude to the evening of fashion and music, shoppers got a glimpse of the show ahead with a “mannequin masquerade” with “live fashion mannequins” parading outfits from the different fashion brands on stage and at the centre court.


E-Showy: Models sashaying in outfits made even more eye-catching by feathers on their backs and heads.

Backed by a six-piece ensemble that provided background music, six young ballerinas, in their white and light blue ballerina frocks and trims, then showcased some graceful moves on the runway as the show opener.

Soon after, the first segment of the show kicked off with models in trendy wear by ladies' wear brands PU3 and August 8 as well as lingerie label Fashion Banquet.

The Curve centre manager Adele D. Flores said “Black & Gold” was chosen as this year's theme as it represented the mall's vision for a stylish and sophisticated fashion week.


Glam: A model strutting down the runway in a golden dress complete with shimmery accessories and headgear.
“Fashion is an integral form of creative expression, which explains its importance in our daily lifestyle,” said Flores.

“Our focus is to ensure that shoppers can turn to The Curve to satisfy their fashion demands to look their best. Through today's show, we hope shoppers will be continuously inspired about what to wear this season,” she said, adding that the show was an annual event.

The night's host, Daphne Iking, was cheered as she stepped on stage to the beat of Fergie's Glamorous to introduce the models and show.

Dressed in a short sexy and flirty gold dress by PU3, complete with golden headgear and accessories and black stockings to match, Iking danced around a little that gave little indication that she had given birth only last November.

Of course, no fashion show is complete without celebrities, and apart from Iking as emcee, the event featured Tengku Azura, Joey G, and Miss Malaysia-World 2007 Deborah Priya Henry as celebrity models.

The second segment followed immediately after. Performer and singer Janet Lee delighted the crowd with her soprano voice on stage as models sashayed out in everything from elegant evening wear to street chic and everyday must-haves.

The segment featured labels like Liz Claiborne, G2000, trendy wear for pregnant women '9 Months', Binwani's, Elements, Tribeca, Nichii Fashion City, and MJ and Somerset Bay by Metrojaya.


Dolled up: These models provided some entertainment for the crowd before the start of the fashion show.

Eyewear brand Focus Point also showcased some of the latest sleek shades.

The heat turned up a little when a “Greek goddess” appeared with a yellow snake that slithered around her arms.

She flirtatiously played with the snake while wrapping the reptile around her waist, and on two occasions, kissed it!


Graceful: The sweet young ballerinas in their lovely frocks bouncing their way on stage as the show opener.

Up-and-coming singer Atilia, who was a winner at the recent Anugerah Industri Muzik (AIM) awards show, also performed for the crowd, sporting a spaghetti-strap dress of glittery gold and black, of course!

Accompanying her upbeat renditions of Amy Winehouse's Rehab and Rihanna's Don’t Stop the Music were six dancers in quirky hairdos and eccentric outfits.

Flores also later presented a cash prize to Binwani's for the best window display in line with the theme.

As part of the fashion week line-up, the mall was also the official venue sponsor for the Rock Up! fundraising event held on Friday. Organised by college students, the event aimed to raise funds for Agathians Shelter, a home for boys who are orphaned, abandoned, or from broken families.
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Shortcomings at Kuantan mall
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KUANTAN: At long last, Kuantan, being the administrative town of Pahang, boasts a spacious and upmarket shopping complex to match those in the Klang Valley.

It's called East Coast Mall and is located at a prime location in the town centre.

One of its anchor tenants, Carrefour, opened its doors to the public a week before the mall's official launch. A huge crowd was seen making a beeline for the hypermarket.

What greeted shoppers there was something beyond comprehension.

The smell of paint and thinner was everywhere, as contract workers rushed to complete their jobs.

A colleague who visited the mall during the hypermarket’s launch made an important observation.

His question was: “Will the mall be ready within a week for the grand opening?”

He was right, as it was not.

In fact, more than a week after it was officially opened, there were many defects.

The basement car park was flooded, and at some ends, car owners parked haphazardly.

Some food operators were waiting for tables and chairs, which were not enough to welcome customers.

Washrooms were the worst. There was running water but no soap and toilet paper.

To make matters worse, some toilet bowls were clogged.

Another apparent problem was the floor tiles, which were slippery when wet.

If one expected to see decorative items on display, there was none except for a few “rattan stars” hanging in the concourse.

Shortcomings aside, the East Coast Mall management must be commended for bringing in branded merchandise outlets and eateries previously unheard of in Kuantan.

Big Apple Donuts and Coffee, for instance, was splendid.

There’s also Sushi King, Johnny’s Restaurant (specialising in Thai steamboat) and Laksa Shack.

Probably, the opening date was an auspicious pick by the mall's management, but as a layman, one cannot help but wonder why the rush?

Isn’t it more sensible to open the mall when everything inside is completed and in tip-top condition?

The inflation rate is not likely to come down soon, but there’s no worry of missing the boat as the people will still need to shop and eat.

In this regard, the state should be lauded for approving the project dubbed Putra Square.

There is more to come as the package includes four townships, namely Malay, Chinese, Indian and Construction, in addition to office blocks, a convention hall and a hotel – all under construction.

Earlier, state executive councillor Datuk Hoh Khai Mun revealed there were worries that the emergence of hypermarkets would kill local supermarket chains and sundry shops.

Alas, common sense prevails as economic growth and job opportunities outweigh other concerns.

Businessmen have the right to make profits from their investments, but the people should not be taken for granted.

Like a housing project, all facilities should be in place before purchasers move in and call it a home.

Kuantan folks are entitled to a decent shopping environment, free of air and sound pollution, to spend their hard-earned money.

Let’s hope for improvements in terms of facilities for all the parties and an upmarket mall which folks here can be proud of.
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Cops keep watch on abandoned mall in Johor Baru
By FARIK ZOLKEPLI


JOHOR BARU: Police have beefed up patrols around the abandoned Pacific Mall near Bukit Cagar after 32 escalators were reported stolen from the building.

Johor CID chief Senior Asst Comm II Amer Awal acknowledged that police had received complaints from the public over the theft and investigations were underway.


Eyesore: The poor condition of the abandoned Pacific Mall.

“We are investigating the case from all angles and have stepped up patrols near the mall to prevent other similar cases,” he said, assuring the public that police did not take the matter lightly.

SAC II Amer appealed to residents living near the mall to report suspicious incidents to enable prompt police action.

He urged those with information to contact the police hotline at 07-221 2999 or the nearest police station.

The Star had earlier reported that the RM300mil building near Bukit Cagar was not only an eyesore, but also the scene of the bizarre theft.


Huge mess: Ceiling boards missing at the mall.

Owners who bought individual lots at the shopping centre were crying foul over their loss as they were servicing bank loans for the failed project.

The mall, located between Jalan Storey and Bukit Cagar, comprises a five-level podium and a 24-storey office tower.

The building, which was 90% complete, was abandoned in 1997 due to recession.

Meanwhile, Johor Baru MP Datuk Shahrir Samad, who took up the case, said the buyers' plights had gained the attention of the state and the Iskandar Region Development Authority (IRDA).

“The state has asked IRDA to look into resolving the issue which involves the buyers and banks,” he said.


Stolen: Policemen from the Johor Baru (South) mobile patrol unit inspecting the remnants of an escalator, which was stripped of metal parts.
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Johor has lots of abondoned malls.
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Summer thrills to share


SHISEIDO celebrated the summer with a sunburst of vibrant colours and life. Its latest collection comprises a radiant new summer makeup selection, a comprehensive sun care range and an exciting contest.

Through the Shiseido Summer Escapade, customers will be able to enjoy the full spectrum of summer experiences at selected shopping malls nationwide from now until July 6.

The Summer Escapade also offers best friends a chance to enjoy a whole new summer experience together.

Five lucky pairs of best friends will win a fun-filled weekend trip to Langkawi to watch a beautiful sunset and party the night away on a private yacht.


Casual fun: A fashion show at the Summer Escapade road show at KLCC.

All participants need to do is purchase a Shiseido Summer Escapade voucher which can be used to redeem Shiseido products, a Summer Makeup Makeover for two, a Summer Hairdo Makeover for two, a Summer Photoshoot for two with two A4-sized photographs and one official Summer Escapade Contest Entry.

Vouchers and contest entries are only available during the Shiseido Summer Escapade road shows.

The roadshows are being held until May 19 at Jusco, 1 Utama main concourse, Jusco in Kinta until May 18, Parkson, Mahkota Parade, Malacca (May 22-28), Pacific Prai, Penang (June 3-8); Metrojaya, Plaza Pelangi, Johor Baru (June 12-18); and Jusco, Mid Valley North Court, KL (June 30-July 6).
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