New Location for Mark Anthony

Saturday, December 09, 2017

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Sophistication and ease were the highlights of last Tuesday evening's clothing store opening of Mark Anthony's Boutique And Design Studio located in the Golden Triangle

Regular and new customers milled around, inspecting ensembles by fashion gaffer, Mark Anthony.

The more visible and lots more spacious location is what Anthony is banking on to generate more business.

“It was more of a need than an inspiration,” Anthony said, addressing the reason for his relocation. “The previous space I once occupied became exceedingly small, and secondly, I needed more visibility in order to grow my business, and 11 Fairway Avenue offers exactly that.”

Location aside, the merchandise is what guarantees success in this competitive arena and Anthony delivers with an impressive range of tailored shirts, trousers and cravats that have found favour with both male and female shoppers. The more are the most gorgeous cufflinks which retail in fiery and hypnotic rosegold, alloy and onyx.

The response has been overwhelming, enthused Anthony. “It's the perfect gift for Christmas!” It's no idle boast! They were flying off the shelves.

Satisfied with his Fairway Avenue location Anthony has his sights set on a few more stores and is looking overseas.

“My goal focuses on the expansion of the brand and product line locally to international markets and I hope to continue to manage the consistency and quality of our products and leave a legacy for my kids,” he noted.

Mark Anthony's Boutique And Design Studios is located at 11 Fairway Avenue, Kingston 10 and operates Mondays to Fridays from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm and 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturdays.

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