Sydney’s newest 3D fashion store, 3D Clothing, has opened in a shopping centre on the Gold Coast.
3D Clothing has a three-storey, 200-seat store in the historic Gold Coast Business Park.
“The store is going to be a really big deal, with it being the first to be in the Gold and Black market,” 3D owner James O’Connor said.
“It’s a really special place.”
“We’re not the first one, but we’ve been doing it for quite a while.
We’re really lucky to have such a large and passionate community that has come together and come together to support our business.”
The store opened last Thursday.
Mr O’Connor said it was the first of its kind in the world.
He said it would cater to customers from around the world, but also be available to locals and visitors.
“[Our business] was the fastest growing in our entire store, so the focus will be on expanding that even further,” he said.
Mr O’Brien said 3D was now expanding its store to other locations around the Gold’s and Black’s markets in the region.
“We’ve been working with the local community to see if we can expand and make it even more of a success, but the first store in that area is really quite a big deal,” he added.
The Gold Coast business park will have a new 3D store, as well as other local and international businesses, next year.
New 3D clothes store opens in Gold Coast’s business parkIt’s no surprise that James Oconnor would be looking to expand his store to the Golds and Black Markets in the West, where he already has a store.
I’ve had a few conversations with them [3D] about a store in West Sydney, he said, and that’s a good location.
James O’ Connor said the company had been looking at other places in the country, but not in the Western Suburbs.
It’s been a really great experience.
A new 3d store is also being planned for the Sydney suburb of Broadmeadows, but it’s not yet known when it will open.
Opinions vary on whether the stores will help or hurt the local economy.
If it helps, it’s a great opportunity for the community to be part of the process, Mr OConnor argued.
But if it hurts, it can be a negative.
With such a strong community, he added, there is a chance that the business could hurt the community in other ways.
While the West’s West Coast is well known for its coffee shops, Mr Karp said it’s important to understand that it’s far from a coffee haven.
There’s also a perception that it doesn’t have a strong arts scene, he argued.
“It’s really hard to get into a coffee shop and not be impressed by the art,” he explained.
This is a good opportunity to be an artist and be able to help create that art.
In recent years, the community has been trying to push for a 3D arts hub in the area, and a number of artists have recently opened up their shops there.
They are planning a second store in March, in a development that will include a cafe, a film school and more.
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