MANILA, Philippines - SM Prime Holdings, Inc. officially opened on Tuesday the Mega Fashion Hall at SM Megamall, making it the country’s largest mall to date.
The 101,000-square meter Building D of the mall will house 125 new retail stores, majority of which are global brands.
Among these global brands are Japan’s Uniqlo, Spain’s Zara, Pull & Bear and Uno de 50, Denmark's Vero Moda, London's Savile Row and Burton, French shoe brand Nao de Brasil, LA-based Joe's Jean's and US brands Philosophy and Aeropostale.
The Mega Fashion Hall will also house Swedish retailer H&M, which is set to open in the middle of the year.
The three-storey H&M flagship store will be the biggest retail store in the country with a floor area of 3,000 square meters.
Shops that are now open include Superdry, Ever New, Quiksilver, Volcom, Havaianas, Pandora, G2000, Salomon, Eddie Bauer, Make Up For Ever, Guess, Giordano Ladies, Move, Wrapshop, Qrius, TW Steel, Victorinox and Sledgers.
Coming soon are Topshop and Topman, American Eagle Outfitters, CK Jeans, Longines, Shiseido, River Island, Agatha, Thomas Sabo, Dune, Badgley Mischka, Wenger, Ippudo, Sports Central, Gruppo Armani, Home Matters, Toms, Dorothy Perkins and Bershka, among others.
SM Megamall’s new wing also offers dining options, including Filipino restaurant Abe, dimsum place Tim Ho Wan, Saint Marc’s Café of Tokyo, gyoza specialist Osaka Ohsho and Viking’s Buffet.
The mall’s new wing also features an IMAX Theater, a Director’s Club theater, a bowling center and an Olympic- sized ice skating rink.