Scottish-owned luxury retailer opens on Edinburgh's Multrees Walk

A Scottish-owned luxury retail specialist has opened its doors to welcome its first visitors on Multrees Walk.

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OLIAMI has taken over the premise previously held by the Holland Cooper franchise in the Capital’s luxury retail quarter which is already home to department store Harvey Nichols, Johnstone’s of Elgin, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry and Burberry.

OLIAMI is a Scottish independent luxury multi-brand store owned by husband and wife team Murray and Nadia Alexander.

OLIAMI is owned by husband and wife team Murray and Nadia Alexander.

It was first established by the couple in the heart of Auchterarder, Perthshire - just a stone's throw from the five-star Gleneagles hotel.

The concept was born out of Nadia’s passion for offering exceptional customer service and the shop boasts an eclectic lifestyle collection, holding iconic brands which bridge the gap between town and country while focusing on style and practicality.

The couple have a plethora of other businesses including Algo, a construction firm also based in Perth, which carried out the shop fit.

Nadia said: “Looking ahead to 2021 after the Covid-19 lockdown the high street needs an injection of interesting opportunities and we feel this meets that brief.


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“We are bringing a luxury shopping experience to Multrees Walk which will compliment the current retail offering.

“Changing the business model in these times, to become a stand alone multi-brand is perhaps not what people expect but we firmly believe in the high street and our unique customer experience concept. We believe that our store as well as the landmarks and dining opportunities will make for a brilliant day out in the Capital. We can’t wait to welcome our customers to our new store and look forward to the re-opening of retail in Edinburgh.”

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