De malas prontas: a chegada da Tumi ao Brasil

23.03.2012 - 07:30 Moda Acessórios 9 comentários

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Mala da linha Tumi Tegra-Lite: leve e resistente, é feita com material usado em coletes a prova de balas e vem em três tamanhos - pequena (R$ 1.860), média (R$ 2.330) e grande (R$ 2.490)

Vai viajar? Então escuta essa: a Tumi, marca americana premium conhecida no mundo todo por suas malas, bolsas e acessórios (que incluem óculos, carteiras e itens pra celular) desembarca no Brasil e inaugura sua 1º loja na América do Sul, localizada no Shopping Iguatemi em SP. A grife conta com mais de 50 lojas próprias e outras 200 que vendem suas linhas, espalhadas por cidades como NY, Paris e Londres. Aqui a flagship tem 130 m² com direito a design art déco inspirado em viagens glamurosas e elegantes. Quer mais? Os clientes brasileiros ainda tem acesso ao serviço de customização dos produtos, podendo gravar suas iniciais e deixar tudo com a sua cara! Blog LP mostra o que já está à venda por lá na galeria!

Tumi: (11) 3812-5776

LEIA MAIS: A Topshop chega ao Brasil em abril e nós te adiantamos os preços!
LEIA TAMBÉM:
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  • Wilbert Lapa disse:

    You’ve raised a painful topic for Presbyterians who fill the pews, Jonathan. The gap you describe involving church members like me and the PCUSA leadership yawns ever more widely. We have been not silent. The pro-Palestinian bias forces us to speak up. We just take on the misguided local pastors and the idiotic national leadership, and yet the anti-Israel (and usually anti-Semitic) speech springs up all over again with numbing persistence. Forums like IPMN and our governing organization cause us constant embarrassment. You are ideal in your impression that the overwhelming majority of Presbyterians in the pew lean markedly pro-Israel a series of presentations by the JCRC at our PCUSA church created an excited and good buzz in the congregation and occasioned muttering on the component of your pastors.

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