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August 23rd, 2013

KOKOstores – a new Luxury Online Shopping Destination for Africa – E-TAIL

Last month was just a great one in Great Britain, not just because of the birth of the royal baby but also for the launch of Africa’s #1 Luxury online retailer – www.KOKOstores.com

KOKOstores is a Global luxury brand and Africa’s premier luxury online shopping destination stocking iconic international brands including Versace, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Breitling, BVLGARI, Cartier, Christian Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, Prada,  Omega, Salvatore Ferragamo to mention but a few and KOKO Brand luxurious products across our womenswear, menswear, footwear, jewellery and accessory lines.  

The website which is hosted in South Africa was creatively developed and designed by the award winning UK-Based team at Syrox eMedia provides the best interactive customer friendly e-commerce website in Africa and accepts currencies in Nigeria Naira, South Africa Rand, Kenyan Shillings and US Dollars for other African countries using Elavon Inc. a subsidiary of U.S. Bancorp and US 4th largest card processor and Sage Pay, Europe’s leading independent payment service provider, a subsidiary of FTSE 100 – The Sage Group plc to support our payments ensuring that our customers payment is secured to international standards encompassing system security, transaction security, Encryption & data storage, Links to banks, Internal security and been PCI DSS compliant.

At KOKOstores with offices in London, Lagos and expanding into Johannesburg, South Africa, we pride ourselves on keeping ahead of the trend, being fashion forward and as such our unique male and female customers are called KOKOnistas – this are people who no doubt stand out in a crowd, a person that see themselves has been young, classy, sexy, edgy and loves life.

To celebrate our launch, we are announcing KOKO Luxury giveaway competition. With the first winner receiving a KOKO Mayfair Swarovski encrusted Blue Sole Shoe – the most expensive pair of shoe by any African company worth a cool One Thousand Pounds.  Whilst two other people will get the limited edition KOKO original 100% handcrafted wooden sunglasses from our See Me See Trouble range and KOKO Luxury leather handbag. The winners will be announced at KOKO #LoveAfrica launch event at Park Royal London on 24 August 2013.

To enter for this giveaway, KOKOnistas will have to

  • Create an account on www.KOKOstores.com
  • Follow us on Twitter and Instagram, like us on Facebook.
  •  #LoveAfrica @KOKOstores in a Twitter message or Instagram image.  

And you automatically qualify to win a KOKO Mayfair Swarovski encrusted Blue Sole Shoe.

This is the beginning of the KOKO story with our African website Launch and we are looking forward to launching our international site for Luxury African Designers and brands in December 2013.








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