Exciting changes revealed coming to Sydney Airport in 2023

Passengers will soon notice a big change at Sydney Airport, especially those who love their fashion.

The T1 International terminal is now home to several high-end stores with Balenciaga, Prada and Saint Laurent just to name a few.

The stylish new stores are part of the airport’s luxury shopping precinct, which is set to be fully completed by mid-2023.

The brands that are yet to follow are Cartier, Celine, Dior, Gentle Monster, Louis Vuitton, Moncler, Valentino and Versace.

The 19 have agreed six-year lease terms through 2027. Among the stores, Louis Vuitton’s will be the largest: the brand’s first travel retail store in the southern hemisphere.

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Sydney Airport Commercial Executive General Manager Mark Zaouk said the move is to bolster the airport’s luxury retail offering.

“The new brands that will open as part of the revitalized precinct are revered around the world and we know passengers traveling through Sydney Airport will be excited for their arrival,” Zaouk told news.com.au.

“For that reason, we anticipate a positive reaction from passengers as we offer Australia’s largest collection of luxury brands, all under one roof; It’s our equivalent of shopping on the Champs Elysees, it’s world class.”

He said the new precinct is part of Sydney Airport’s broader retail approach to providing a range of different brands and exclusive trips for passengers to enjoy as they travel through the airport.

Heinemann Tax & Duty Free will also present a new beauty, fashion, luxury watches and

jewelry offer.

The new areas will feature an expanded range of premium and luxury brands, some of which are exclusive to Sydney Airport.

“International passengers can also look forward to a number of Australian firsts, including

Louis Vuitton’s first travel retail store in the southern hemisphere and the brand’s largest

independent travel retail store in the world and the first Gentle Monster store in Australia and

New Zealand,” Zaouk said.

Once completed in mid-2023, the venue will showcase more than 2,700 square meters of luxury retail.

and Australia’s largest collection of luxury brands in an urban landscape.

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