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New store opening at Gloucester Quays

Cosmetic brand The Cosmetic Company Store opened a new outlet shop at Gloucester Quays today (Friday 10 November).

The new store, which will sell premium makeup, fragrance and skincare products from over 20 Estee Lauder Companies' brands

including Estee Lauder, Clinique, MAC, Smashbox & Bobbi Brown with up to 50 per cent off high street prices on selected lines.

The Cosmetic Company Store spokesperson said: "Gloucester Quays is the perfect destination for our latest UK store and we're looking forward to offering our customers their most loved products from our array of prestige brands. Whether you're looking for gifts for a loved one or a treat for yourself we have something in store for everyone."

The Cosmetics Company Store opened its first branch in 1994 and there are now branches across the world.

Matt Bird, Centre Manager at Gloucester Quays, said: "Joining Ted Baker, Jack Wills, Lindt and soon-to-launch Joules, in our line-up of new stores this year, The Cosmetic Company Store is arriving at the perfect time for gift shopping and we look forward to welcoming them to Gloucester Quays."

Leading brands at Gloucester Quays include All Saints, Bench, Skechers, Nike, Calvin Klein, Fat Face, Onitsuka Tiger, The North Face, Carluccios, Bills, Portivo Lounge plus a multi-screen cinema and fitness centre.

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