Our retail network consists of 150 stores across Croatia. Explore the mono-brand stores like SKINY, camel active, Gerry Weber, Basler, Betty Barclay, Taifun, Tosca Blu, Triumph, and Navigare, or visit our very own retail formats (Moderato, CENTRA, CENTRA mini, Svijet tkanine, and Naš dom).

Our retail chains

CENTRA stores can be found all over Croatia. Discover a diverse offer of clothes for women, men, and children, as well as extensive home textile range, customized to suit the specific requirements of each retail store location. We are widely recognized for our affordable prices and friendly service.

Moderato stores display beautiful and refined clothing range, perfect for all who seek classic elegance at affordable prices. Relaxed and pleasant surroundings invite you to visit again and again.

We created the offer for Naš dom, knowing how important the quality of living is to the modern man. Carefully chosen products from well-known brands will inspire you and give you decorating ideas perfect for your home.

Choose from a vast selection of fashion fabrics on offer in our retail chain Svijet tkanine. Find fabrics suited for any occasion, with the help of our friendly and expert staff and enjoy a seamless shopping experience.

MONOBRAND specialized stores

camel active is a lifestyle brand designed for the modern man. It accentuates the urban lifestyle and makes it easier and more beautiful.

SKINY is a brand for women and men that desire to feel good in their own skin and wish to be themselves in any situation.

Gerry Weber is fashion and a way of life. With three brands - GERRY WEBER, TAIFUN and SAMOON by GERRY WEBER, it inspires women around the world with exciting, modern, and irresistibly feminine outfits.

Betty Barclay epitomizes fashion excellence, high standards, zeitgeist, and sophistication. It offers contemporary collections for modern women.


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