Shopping sales in Dubai

Reiss autumn/winter range and Giorgio Armani tailors


Book a stall at Marina Market
The market’s founders are currently taking applications for seven-month leases at Marina Walk and the rear of Marina Mall. They’re looking for vendors selling fashion and home decor, while more unusual items
can be sold at the Marina Mall location.
Dhs266 per day (Marina Walk); Dhs333 per day (Marina Mall) for seven months. (055 553 2065).

Cultural Night Market
Safa Park comes alive on Friday September 28 and Saturday September 29 for a night market featuring 150 stalls, plus performances by 15 bands and six gourmet restaurants selling tasty treats.
Dhs15 entry, free for kids under 10. Safa Park Gate 5, Jumeirah (055 157 6898).

Get a bespoke suit made at Giorgio Armani
One of the luxury brand’s made-to-measure specialist men’s tailors is flying in on Saturday September 29 and will be taking private appointments at the Mall of the Emirates boutique.
Until September 30. Giorgio Armani, Mall of the Emirates (04 395 1373).

Index International Design Exhibition
This furniture and high-design exhibition is open to the public for one day only on Thursday September 27, during which time customers can buy items.
Dhs150 per person. 11am-7pm. Dubai World Trade Centre (04 438 0355).

Thomas Pink’s Pink Saturdays
This new in-store customer event takes place on the last Saturday of every month (Saturday September 29 this week). Visitors can expect entertainment, treats and gifts with purchases.
Until November. Thomas Pink, The Dubai Mall (04 339 8598).

New stores & collections

Reiss autumn/winter 2012 collection
The British high-street brand launches its latest line in Dubai on Sunday October 2 with a unique exhibition, entitled ‘The Art of Fashion’. A group of local artists, painters and photographers have created art inspired by pieces from the new collection, which includes Audrey Hepburn-style dresses and wide-leg sailor pants. The artworks are on display at Pro Art Gallery in Palm Strip Mall until Friday October 14.
Prices TBC. Reiss, various locations including The Dubai Mall (04 434 0720).

Sales and offers

Discounts on Apple products at iStyle
University students and faculty members get a five percent discount on MacBook Air, MacBook Pro/Retina, iMac and Mac Pro when they shop at iStyle, plus a Dhs300 gift voucher.
Until November 5. iStyle, various locations including Mercato Mall (04 344 4149).

Jacky’s Electronics promotion at Ibn Battuta Mall
Every time you spend Dhs250 at the electronics store, located in the Andalusia Court, you’ll get a free Grand Cinemas movie ticket.
Ongoing. Jacky’s Electronics, Ibn Battuta Mall (04 368 5080).

Ladies’ morning at Mirdif City
Centre From 10am until 2pm every Monday, this mall offers a range of discounts and special offers for ladies. Deals include free facials at Paris Gallery. See the website for more deals.
Mon 10am-2pm. Mirdif City Centre, (800 6422).

In-mall entertainment

Tableaux Tables exhibition at Galeries Lafayette
This French table art exhibition displays the wares of 23 French designers and manufacturers and ten tables sampling different settings, from an intimate supper to a high-energy breakfast.
Until September 30. Galeries Lafayette, The Dubai Mall (04 339 9933).

Win a trip to Hollywood when you visit Reel Cinemas
Moviegoers at Reel Cinemas at The Dubai Mall and Dubai Marina Mall can enter a raffle every time they buy a movie ticket, giving them a chance to win a round trip for two to Hollywood including accommodation for three nights in a five-star hotel.
Until October 14. Reel Cinemas, The Dubai Mall and Dubai Marina Mall (04 449 1903).

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