Six New Retailers Open At Woodbury Common
Real Estate In-Depth | January 2017
CENTRAL VALLEY—Perrin Paris, the French luxury leather accessory brand, and Yves Salomon, the Paris-based furrier, are among six retailers that opened in December at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets here.
In addition, six stores reopened after remodeling their interiors as part of the recent multi-million dollar redevelopment at Woodbury Common. These include luxury designers Saint Laurent, Tory Burch, LeSportsac, Theory Men, Brioni, and the pen-maker, Mont Blanc.
With the newly opened stores, Woodbury Common Premium Outlets now offers a selection of 240 first-class shopping options for visitors.
“These new stores offer the kind of luxury products with international appeal that Woodbury Common is known for,” said Stephanie Johnson, director of marketing and business development. “They’re adding to the one-of-a-kind shopping experience we offer at Woodbury Common Premium Outlets.”
Two leather accessory makers, Perrin Paris and Loewe, opened their doors at Woodbury Common in early December, adding to the variety of shoe and handbag brands available at the Premium Outlets. Perrin Paris, which also has stores in Paris, New York City, Los Angeles, Hong Kong and Kuwait, is known for its luxury leather handbags and accessories. Loewe is a Spanish luxury brand that makes handbags, shoes and accessories.
Furrier Yves Salomon opened at Woodbury Common in December as well. The designer brand’s two other stores are located on Madison Avenue in Manhattan and in Aspen.
Lalique, the French glassmaker, opened its first store in the mid-Hudson Valley at Woodbury Common. The company is best known for producing glass art, including crystal, perfume bottles, vases, and ornaments, as well as jewelry.
Hickey Freeman, the designer menswear brand that offers made-to-measure suits, also opened in December. Clarins, the French luxury cosmetics company, opened in December as well. It manufactures worldwide prestige skincare products, cosmetics and fragrances.