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AllSaints And Abercrombie & Fitch Are Coming To Vancouver

AllSaints And Abercrombie & Fitch Are Coming To Vancouver

Pacific Centre currently has one thing one their mind this year: expansion – which is exactly what shoppers want. Earlier this morning, Pacific Centre announced that it will continue to expand and add AllSaints along with Abercrombie & Fitch to their retail roster later this summer.

British high-street fashion retailer AllSaints will make its first BC debut on June 17, 2015. This new location will offer 2,237 square feet of retail and will mark AllSaints first Canadian store outside of Toronto and will feature both men’s and women’s fall collection.

AllSaints will be accessible through Pacific Centre’s new entrance on Robson and Granville. The mall will extend from Pender Street to Robson to provide additional access to downtown Vancouver’s notorious retail strip.

“In 2015, AllSaints continues to expand globally as well as in Canada and we look forward to opening our second store here,” says William Kim, CEO, AllSaints.  “Vancouver is a dynamic city and the new Pacific Centre development will enable us to engage and showcase our brand further with the AllSaints Collection Concept store to customers.”

The All-American lifestyle brand Abercrombie & Fitch will also be opening doors to their first BC store in the mall later this summer. Details on the store size and opening will be announced in the coming weeks.

The announcement of AllSaints and Abercrombie & Fitch opening in Pacific Centre come just weeks after the mall announced Ted Baker London, Microsoft, Pandora, BOSS, and more would fill their extended 44,000 square foot retail space.

With Nordstrom set to open in September, (they’re currently hiring) it almost feels like downtown is getting a retail makeover, but hey, no one’s complaining. We’re just keeping our fingers crossed that one of these five American fast food-chains join the movement and also decide to expand to Vancouver.


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