Germany and Belgium-based Clement et August, or C & A, opened a junior anchor-sized apparel store at PARLY 2 in 1987. Presently, there are 169 C & A locations in France, with over 1,300 in operation in the rest of Europe. The chain also maintains 84 stores in China and 372 in Mexico and Brazil.
Graphic from http://www.c-and-a.com
Based in a suburb of Paris, the Fédération Nationale d’Achats des Cadres, or fnac ["fnak"], began business in 1954. A PARLY 2 store was dedicated in 1987. In the present day, the chain sells electronics, cds, books and other accessories. There are currently 109 fnac locations in France, 63 throughout Europe and 12 in Brazil.
Graphic from http://www.fnac.com
Based in Lisses, France, the chain of Truffaut "jardineries" (or garden centers) traces its origins back to 1824. Like C & A and fnac, Truffaut ["troo-foh"] opened a PARLY 2 location as part of the 1987 expansion. Today, there are 58 stores in operation in France.
Graphic from https://www.truffaut.com
Brit-based Marks & Spencer was also part of the 1987 PARLY 2 expansion. Unlike C & A, fnac and Truffaut, who still inhabit the mall, the "M & S" operation was shuttered. It closed in December 2001, along with all 19 French stores. Amazingly enough, Marks & Spencer returned to France and opened a new Paris location in November 2011.
Graphic from http://logos.wikia.com / "MrLogo"