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American apparel and accessories brand Old Navy Indonesia has opened its first retail outlet at the Central Park Mall in west Jakarta.

Offering American-style basic clothing items, Old Navy is part of the Gap portfolio alongside Athleta, Banana Republic and Intermix. The brand has more than 700 stores and shops-in-shop in 11 countries, including the Philippines.

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“Indonesian customers understand the international retail scene very well,” says Old Navy senior director of franchise buying Michele Chinn Fahey. “There’s a really a high awareness of international retail brands and a growing demand for American fashion.”

For its Indonesian debut, Old Navy is collaborating with Armaan Retail Indonesia.

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“With 250 million people living across 15,000 islands, and three different time zones, Indonesia has huge potential,” says Armaan Retail CEO Benjamin Handradjasa.

Old Navy’s store covers 1200 sqm and offers clothing and accessories for men, women, children and babies. There is also a special section for maternity clothes.

Among the store’s first customers on its opening day was Indonesian actress and singer Ana Octarina.

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