The east end store at the PARLY 2 mall opened as a Prisunic ["pree-soo-neek"]. Although the word "prisunic" translates in English to "dime store" or "variety store", a Prisunic wouldn't have been like a traditional American Woolworth or Kresge. There were lines of apparel, housewares and hardware, but Prisunic stores also included a supermarket. The chain's 1960s "target" trademark is seen above.
Graphic from "Prisunic Design"
Here, we have a more contemporary Prisunic trademark. The chain, a discount division of Printemps, was known for its lines of high-fashion apparel and stylish "mod" furniture. It merged with a competing chain in 1997, with all stores eventually being rebranded under the Monoprix nameplate.
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Monoprix ["mono-pree"] operations are similar to former Prisunic stores, although those of the Monoprix brand are (perhaps) more grocery-centric. The chain, headquartered in a northwestern Paris suburb, currently operates over 300 stores in France.
Graphic from http://www.monoprix.fr