Watch: Qatar Living Visits Morgan, Gulf Mall

By QL Videos

MORGAN DE TOI is a lifestyle fashion brand, established in 1947 in Paris, France. Today, this
internationally renowned brand, creates high-end Parisian style clothing for women all over
the world. The latest glamourous collections from MORGAN can be found exclusively at
Doha’s Gulf Mall.

The MORGAN style has a strong and modern identity. Designed for women between the
ages of 18 – 35, the brand creates collections that mix daytime and evening codes for
everyday modern, stylish looks.

Iconic pieces are reinvented with the emerging seasons and trends each year; chic and comfortable wardrobe essentials are brought together with effortless grace; urban looks are combined with city glam; and, evening wear strikes the perfect balance between a sensual style and a rebellious attitude.

In store, MORGAN offer collections to suit every day, every evening and everything in between. Women of Qatar can shop for their capsule wardrobe, from work dresses to skinny jeans, evening wear to beautiful accessories, all under one roof. Though MORGAN’s collections are styled after premium fashion trends, they remain affordable – customers to the Gulf Mall store will be pleasantly surprised by the prices.

Indeed, MORGAN at the Gulf Mall is currently offering a 10% discount to all Qatar Living customers, making stylish looks even more affordable!

Simply quote "QATAR LIVING" at checkout for your discount.

In Qatar, MORGAN DE Toi is represented by the Blue Salon retail company. The Gulf Mall
Store is open every day from 9am until 10pm, Saturday-Wednesday, and until 11pm,
Thursday and Friday.

Contact details:
MORGAN DE TOI, Ground Floor, Gulf Mall, Al Gharafa, Doha
+974 4472 8649

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