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ALIEN Clothes Shop

ALIEN Clothes Shop


ALIEN. You may be imagining tiny green creatures from another planet. But don’t fret - there’s no invasion! ALIEN is a men’s fashion store that LIFT wants to introduce you to.

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Driving along Kampuchea Krom Road, you may notice tech and fashion shops decorated in a variety of styles.

ALIEN has just opened up shop in the last few weeks, so be sure to keep you eyes out when driving down there again.

This week, I’m attending my friend’s birthday party, so I invited my friend to come shopping with me to buy an outfit. My friend notices ALIEN, and asks if we can go in there.

The stunning black background and silver writing catches our eye.

The staff at ALIEN is friendly and they talked to us in a polite manner. I felt so welcomed. The interior design of the building, with its classic black and white wallpaper, black furniture and luxurious lighting is stunning.?

There are a lot of nice clothes and fashion accessories such as t-shirts, jeans, jackets, shoes, bags and more.

After walking up and down the shop, I was surprised that all of the products and accessories were made by their own brand.

Mr. Chin Sithat, stock manager of the store, said that ALIEN is a clothing franshise from Hong Kong.

“ALIEN is a brand name from Hong Kong and the clothes in ALIEN were imported to Cambodia by Lim Hong Clothes centre only,” he said.

He added that the price of clothes in ALIEN is not expensive at all; it is about $15 to $25 on average, for all items across the board.

If you want to find a shop where can you buy nice fashionable clothes, shopping at ALIEN is a fantastic idea.

ALIEN is located at Corner 157 and 159, Sangkat Metapheap, Khan 7 Makara, Phnom Penh.

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