Greek fashion brand Funky Buddha is opening its first store in Germany. Today, July 28, the flagship store will open its doors in Centro Oberhausen, Europe’s largest shopping mall with more than 250 stores. The brand will offer commercial young fashion for both men and women in a 300 sq. meter space.

Funky Buddha store in Athens.
Photo: Funky Buddha
Funky Buddha store in Athens.

Managing director of Funky Buddha Germany, Stelios Bourletos, sees potential for the brand to match the German market with its casual approach to fashion and lifestyle at affordable price points. Therefore, Funky Buddha plans to broaden its presence in Germany–currently encompassing an online store and the new flagship store in Oberhausen–via its own retail stores, shop-in-shop systems as well as a franchising concept.



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