Pop-up concepts unveiled for newly renovated Nice Côte d’Azur Airport

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Nice Côte d’Azur Airport in southern France is close to completing the expansion and modernization of terminals 1 and 2, including an entirely new shopping experience with more than 80 outlets.

As part of the new retail approach, the airport has chosen five pop-up stores that will change every 12 months. For 2018, the outlets include Daniel Wellington, Misaki Monaco, Koksi Gourmet, Monsieur Albert and Gold Element.

Located in the Terminal 1 departure lounge, Daniel Wellington will present its minimalist yet elegant watches, as well as its bracelets and charms, providing passengers with a diversified offering of watches and accessories.

In Terminal 2, Misaki Monaco, a Monegasque brand, will offer originally designed and modern pieces of jewelry containing pearls.

Created in Nice, Koksi Gourmet is a couscous and oriental pastries bar located landside in Terminal 2. The handmade pastries are created using a combination of hand rolled couscous and local seasonal vegetables. Pastries are available in several options including traditional, vegetarian, vegan or gluten free.

Also located landside in Terminal 2, Monsieur Albert will offer French hot dogs as well as salads, whilst highlighting the expertise of a Nice artisan baker thanks to its breads. Hot dogs are available in both vegetarian or vegan options and Monsieur Albert will offer an original and different hot dog each month.

Finally, passengers in the Business Aviation Terminal will be able to discover cosmetics enriched with truffle, caviar or gold from the Gold Element brand.

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