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Geographical Norway is a brand of clothing specialising in outdoor sports, especially mountain sports.
They are resistant and comfortable clothing as well, as they are adapted for the most difficult climatic conditions while revolutionising the world of fashion and sportswears. The Geographical Norway brand, part of the French Artextyl Group, is renowned for creating clothing designed to combat the coldest temperatures in the mountains or during periods of extreme cold.
Today, it is evolving and innovating in all types of sportswear and much more, to the delight of all. Geographical Norway clothing is for everyone and there is something for everyone.
Ideally located at the entrance to the McArthurGlen Luxembourg in Messancy, a stone's throw from the Luxembourg and French borders, Crêpes & Co welcomes you in a modern and warm space, with a neat decoration, dotted with colourful and vitaminized touches.
On the spot or to take away, you can enjoy sweet and savoury crêpes, a mixed salad or a sandwich, a waffle or a fruity dessert. All prepared with fresh or local products. Accompanied by a glass of cider, a regional beer, a glass of wine, a coffee or a soft drink. A pleasant terrace will welcome you on sunny days to enjoy the sun while shopping!
Home & Cook is a Groupe SEB brand.
The world leader in small domestic equipment, Groupe SEB's mission is to make the daily lives of consumers around the world easier and more attractive by creating innovative products and services to contribute to their "good living". Groupe SEB is present in nearly 150 countries through a diversified product offer in the Home and Personal Care, Cookware and Small Household Appliances sectors, enhanced by a portfolio of exceptional brands including Tefal, Krups, Moulinex, Rowenta, Calor, Seb and Lagostina.
Since our creation in 1989, G-Star’s philosophy has always been, ‘Just the Product.’ This single-minded approach has led to many denim ‘firsts’: the introduction of ‘luxury denim for the streets,’ by fusing high-level craftsmanship with street level edge to create a new denim sector; the positioning of raw, untreated denim as a wearable and desirable material; and the evolution of our distinctive denim silhouette, through the adoption of architectural and 3-D thinking into denim construction.