Retail Project

Where do our products come from?

From excess production, discontinued business, media Barter, Surplus, Bankruptcy, Seizure, Overproduction and close-out sales, Activity Assignment, Returns from GDO and online sales. 
We only manage internationally known brands (like: GUESS, LIU JO, PEPE JEANS, BENETTON, ARMANI, CROPP, RESERVED, SISLEY, SINSAY, OBAG, RALPH LAUREN, DIESEL, DOPELGANGER, MOHITO, HOUSE and lots of other well known brands). Do not be afraid of our crazy prices and just enjoy our products – they are 100% new, original and branded. We only offer international brands.

We work with and manage internationally known brands with guaranteed traceability.  We always offer the best internationally known brand products that are 100% original and new, to our customers while exceeding their expectations by offering the highest quality brand name products at the lowest prices possible!  With the prices that we offer it seems as though every day is Black Friday.

History of the Temporary shop concept

This system was born in Great Britain in 2003 and had a large success following in the world-famous marketing center: New York City. In no time, many Pop Up Stores or vacant shops (sudden stores opening) starting showing up emphasizing the lack of a traditional advertising system.


One of the main characteristics of a temporary shop is its ability to attract a lot of public interest because it is something unusual and temporary, so it cannot be overlooked. Another positive feature is that a temporary store is not an ordinary outlet with “second-choice” goods or last season’s items, but offers products that are made very recently, even in the very last seasons, with new and limited production.


Shopping in a temporary store is convenient if the customer wants to save money on their purchases. Besides the opening and closing date for the temporary shop being a limited time, it is exciting for customers and it gives the feeling of being invited to an exclusive event for only a few people versus the usual shopping experience.