Zadig & Voltaire, Allen Edmonds, Nic + Zoe, Hackett London, Dylan’s Candy Bar and Sayki are among the new stores
CENTRAL VALLEY, N.Y. (Aug. 29, 2017) — Zadig & Voltaire, a high-end French ready-to-wear brand, and Sayki, the Turkish menswear designer, are among several retailers that have opened at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets ahead of Labor Day weekend, adding to the shopping experience at one of the world’s foremost tourism destinations for elite brands.
In addition, LeSportsac, the American lifestyle brand of casual bags, has reopened after remodeling its interiors as part of the recent multimillion dollar redevelopment at Woodbury Common. The pen-maker, Montblanc, also reopened its store after a makeover.
Moleskine, a Milanese maker of luxury notebooks and stationary has opened a kiosk at Woodbury Common, as has Swatch, the Swiss watchmaker.
With the newly opened stores, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets now offers a selection of more than 240 first-class shopping options for visitors.
For Labor Day weekend, Friday, Sept. 1 to Monday, Sept. 4, the Outlets will have extended hours from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. where shoppers can enjoy exceptional brands at extraordinary savings. In addition to everyday savings of 25 to 65 percent, visitors can take advantage of the Labor Day weekend sidewalk sale, where participating retailers are offering additional discounts and promotions.
“Woodbury Common strives to bring infinite choices to shoppers at the best value. These new and remodeled stores offer high-end products with the international appeal that we are known for,” said David Mistretta, General Manager of Woodbury Common Premium Outlets. “They’re adding to the unique shopping experience we offer at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets.”
Three menswear retailers, Allen Edmonds, Hackett London and Sayki opened at Woodbury Common in July and early August. Allen Edmonds makes men’s suits, shirts, shoes and accessories and is based in the U.S. Hackett London, a British retailer, specializes in formal men’s shirts and other clothing. Sayki, a Turkish ready-to-wear men’s brand that carries suits, trousers, shirts and trench coats, has its only store in the United States outside Manhattan at Woodbury Common.
Zadig & Voltaire, located in the Saratoga District of Woodbury Common, has a solid reputation for accessible, high quality ready-to-wear and has established a new meaning for ‘luxury.’ The store at Woodbury Common will be the first in the Hudson Valley.
Nic+Zoe, which makes knitwear and other clothing, also arrived at Woodbury Common this summer. Reiss, maker of designer clothes and accessories for men and women, opened during the summer.
Several fashion brands will be opening their doors soon at Woodbury Common. These include Pinko, a contemporary fashion brand from Italy, and Yves Salomon, the esteemed furrier whose jackets and coats are collected by celebrities. The designer brand’s two other stores are located on Madison Avenue in Manhattan and in Aspen.
John Hardy, the jewelry company, is also set to open its doors. Headquartered in Hong Kong, the company is known for its Asian-inspired designs and traditional handmade jewelry techniques.
The oldest American outdoor apparel company will be opening at Woodbury Common. Woolrich produces flannels, parkas, blankets, and men and women’s clothing. Others expected to open soon include Isaia Napoli, an Italian menswear brand; Molton Brown, a cosmetic company; Karl Lagerfeld, a German fashion brand; and The Luggage Factory, which will be opening its second location at Woodbury Common.
In keeping with Woodbury Common’s focus on offering a variety of food options, shoppers can now experience two new eateries. Dylan’s Candy Bar, a chain of boutique candy shops, recently opened. Jersey Mike’s, the submarine sandwich chain, will open on Labor Day weekend.
To learn more about the new retailers’ products, visit:
• Zadig & Voltaire: us.zadig-et-voltaire.com/us
• Yves Salomon: www.yves-salomon.fr/en
• LeSportsac: www.lesportsac.com
• Mont Blanc: www.montblanc.com/en-us/home.html
• Moleskine: www.moleskine.com
• Swatch: www.swatch.com/en_us
• Allen Edmonds: www.allenedmonds.com
• Hackett London: intl.hackett.com/north_en
• Sayki: www.sayki.com
• Pinko: www.pinko.com/en-gb
• Reiss: www.reiss.com/us
• Nic+Zoe: www.nicandzoe.com
• John Hardy: www.johnhardy.com
• Woolrich: www.woolrich.com/woolrich
• Jersey Mike’s: www.jerseymikes.com
• Dylan’s Candy Bar: www.dylanscandybar.com
• Molton Brown: www.moltonbrown.com/store/index.jsp
• Isaia Napoli: www.isaia.it
• Karl Lagerfeld Paris: www.karl.com/us
• The Luggage Factory: www.luggagefactory.com
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