Charlotte Premium Outlets, owned by Simon and Tanger Factory Outlet Centers, announces the addition of 22 new stores to its growing list of retailers. Of the new brands announced, four outlet concepts are exclusive to the Charlotte market and two are exclusive to North Carolina.
The center previously announced more than 70 stores new to the area, featuring a mix of apparel, footwear, fashion accessories, leather goods, home furnishings and specialty brands. Scheduled to open July 31, Charlotte Premium Outlets will offer a collection of fashion labels at savings of 25 to 65 percent.
Charlotte Premium Outlets management plans to have announced a total of 100 notable brands by opening day.
New stores include Ann Taylor Factory Store, BeBe, Charlotte Russe, Chico’s, Converse, Easy Spirit, Express Outlet, Fragrance Outlet, Francesca's Collection, Janie & Jack, Johnston & Murphy, Joseph A Bank, Lane Bryant, Loft Outlet, New York & Company Outlet, Nine West, Oakley Vault, Reebok, Sunglass Hut, Talbots, White House Black Market and Yankee Candle.
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Other store announced earlier inlcude adidas, Aeropostale, American Eagle, ASICS, Auntie Anne's/Planet Smoothie, Banana Republic, Bass, Brooks Brothers, Carters, Charleys Grilled Subs, Christopher & Banks, Coach, Crabtree & Evelyn, Crocs, Dressbarn, Eddie Bauer, Famous Footwear, Finish Line, Fossil, Gap, Gold Toe, Great American Cookie, Gymboree, Haggar, Hanesbrands, Hartstrings, Hot Topic, J Crew, Jockey, Justice, Kate Spade New York, Kay Jewelers, Kitchen Collection, Kung Pao Wok, Le Creuset, Lindt Chocolate, Lucky, Luggage Factory, Michael Kors, Movado, New Balance, Nike, Old Navy, Osh Kosh, Perfumania, Puma, Quicksilver, Rack Room Shoes, Robert Wayne Shoes, Saks, Samsonite, Seiko, Skechers, Starbucks, Steve Madden, Sunglass Warehouse, Swarovski, The Body Shop, The Children's Place, The Cosmetic Company Store, The Uniform Company, Tillys, Tommy Hilfiger, Torrid, Umi Shushi, Under Armour, Vitamin World, Wet Seal, Wilson's Leather, Zumiez.
The mall, which has just under 400,000 square feet, is expected to generate $140 million worth of annual sales.
For more information, visit premiumoutlets.com. To apply for jobs, visit retailer websites.