Tuesday, 26 December 2017
Oscar and Oliver Lifestyle will officially open their first Pop Up Store at Rouse Hill Town Centre from Tuesday 26th December - Sunday 31st December.
Oscar and Oliver Lifestyle has unveiled their Pop-up Store to launch in the Rouse Hill Town Centre fashion precinct, showcasing their collection of Classic watches and Dad Hats. The Oscar and Oliver pop-up shop will run until New Years Eve, 31 December 2017.
To kick off the shop’s launch, Oscar and Oliver have an exclusive pop-up only offer with 2 dad hats & a classic watch for $100.
“We've seen success from our online store and now it's time to take it to the people to really engage with a tangible product. We want to make the virtual a realiy” says Christopher Khoury, founder of Oscar and Oliver Lifestyle. "We aren't of the mind set that, new brands don't struggle in finding their feet whether on or offline, but being in front of our (potential) consumers gives us a chance to talk about the brand and allow for actual engagement".
Oscar and Oliver Lifestyle Pop-up Store
Venue: Rouse Hill Town Centre ─ Between General Pants & Jay Jays - GR113/114 Rouse Hill Town Centre, 10 - 14 Market Lane, Rouse Hill NSW 2155
Date: 28 December - 31 December (Tue-Sunday)
Business hours: Rouse Hill Town Centre Trading Hours
Limited time offer: Purchase 2 Dad Hats & a Classic Watch for $100.
About the brand:
Founded in 2017 by Christopher Khoury, independent label Oscar and Oliver Lifestyle is a start-up brand with a unique focus on bringing together the worlds of style and affordability.
Oscar and Oliver Lifestyle represents an independent style of thought, not only about timepieces but how our everyday can be changed by aesthetics. Oscar and Oliver Lifestyle seeks to be different in a world where stylistic choices often blend into a blur of similarity.
Media enquiries: Oscar and Oliver Lifestyle - email@example.com
About the founder:
Christopher Khoury is a young entrepreneur who has worked in the digital/social space since establishing his own agency at age 18 while maintaining his degree in Media. From there, Christopher worked as part of small start-ups in health and tech, as part of established agencies working on clients like Hungry Jack’s with award winning creative directors and moving recently to Australia’s largest hospitality group as head of digital.
Inspired by his own love for timepieces and fashion, Christopher found it harder to find something unique to wear everyday not only as a staple, but could be worn more formally and suited up or on a more casual basis, which is where the initial idea for the creation of the brand originated. Since then it has grown from an idea to a fully formed business and continues to grow. With more to come, Christopher aims to take the brand from it’s humble beginnings and transform it into a household name, providing more lifestyle and fashion based products as it matures.