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American lingerie retailer Victoria’s Secrets opens a store at Stansted Airport

11:00 26 January 2013

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US retailer Victoria's Secret has opened a new outlet at Stansted Airport

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American lingerie giant Victoria’s Secret has opened its first UK airport Beauty and Accessories store at London Stansted.

Located in the international departure lounge, the store gives passengers access to tax-free savings on an assortment of its most popular beauty and body care products, fragrances and make-up kits. Also on offer is their exclusive collection of chic branded accessories, including cosmetic cases, bags, wallets, passport covers and phone cases, as well as a range of must have underwear.

Commenting on the opening, Head of In-Terminal Commercial for London Stansted Airport, Zoe Farmer, said:

“Departure lounge shopping for many of our customers is part of their overall airport experience, and so we’re delighted to add one of the world’s most well-known brands, Victoria’s Secret, to the list of international stores at London Stansted and we hope passengers enjoy their range of fabulous products.”

Victoria’s Secret Beauty and Accessories opened on January 24. It is located in the international departure lounge and available to departing passengers.

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1 comment

  • What does the 2nd photo have to do with this story??? Excellent news....for Victorias Secret...they have secured free advertising via the conversion of a press release into a "news article"...because someone at the EDP was too dim to realise what VS were up to....plus, remind me where abouts in Norfolk or Suffolk Stansted airport is too...?? Not sure you can argue that this is truly relevant local reporting...epic fail I think!

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