Pall Center is preparing for the future! Indeed, this autumn, the group is announcing no less than two new projects: a healthy, local and gourmet Pall Café in Bertrange as well as a second-hand fashion department at the Pall Center in Oberpallen. Two projects with values that are dear to the Pall Center group: innovation and sustainability.
Short circuits and the circular economy have been priorities for the Luxembourgish group since its creation in 1982. “We want to participate in the Luxembourgish economy in a responsible way, by innovating and proposing new services or products. Projects are born from internal discussions of course, but also from exchanges with our customers. This is important and to be honest, they are the starting point for many projects. It’s a closeness that I wouldn’t want to change for anything in the world”, explains Christianne Wickler – Managing Director of the Pall Center.
Giving clothes a second life
From the 15th of September, customers at the Pall Center in Oberpallen will be able to shop more sustainably. Exclusively dedicated to women at first, the new “2nd hand” space breaks the stereotypes about second hand! New in the region, the principle is yet simple: sell or buy high-end pieces in order to give them a second life.
“With this new space, we want to offer quality products at an affordable price,” says Christianne Wickler.
Jackets, coats, jumpers, shirts, dresses, skirts, jumpsuits: fashion fans will find what they are looking for among brands such as Ba&sh, Scotch & Soda or Essentiel Antwerp.
Fashion is opening up to an exciting circular economy and the Pall sees this as an opportunity to contribute to it.
Pall Café in Bertrange
Since the 8th of September, the Pall Café has opened in Bertrange offering fresh and local products to taste on the spot or to take away. Workers or gourmets can now take a fresh break in a cosy place with a soothing decor. The little extra: a beautiful terrace!
“We work with suppliers from Luxembourg or the Greater Region, who respect the seasonality of products and nature,” adds Christianne Wickler.
The Pall Café in Bertrange also has its own grocery shop. Here too, local and healthy products will be highlighted.
More information: www.pallcenter.lu
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