Jeddah hosts American Eagle Outfitters

Arab News

Published — Wednesday 16 May 2012

Last update 23 May 2012 12:53 am

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American Eagle Outfitters, a leading lifestyle apparel brand, celebrated the opening of its first store in Jeddah on the Tahlia Street.
The store opening is the fourth in the Kingdom and come as part of an expansion plan within the region.
The store is designed over two levels and offers female shoppers a level dedicated to women’s wear and the full assortment of Aerie — the lingerie brand with the service-oriented shopping experience complemented by female staff for the first time.
The store is designed with an authentic American ambience and presents fashion at affordable prices.
AEO excels at introducing new trends through its commitment to color and style.
With denim at the core of the brand, customers can find their favorite pair from a wide selection of fits and washes.
Special attention is given to creating a complete outfit by layering the most loved basics with stylish fashion pieces in each season. Trendy accessories like jewelry, bags and footwear complete the look. The store’s opening coincides with the launch of the new summer collection inspired by an outdoor summer music festival; casual and laidback.
American Eagle Outfitters, through its subsidiaries, offers high-quality, on-trend clothing, accessories and personal care products at affordable prices.
It targets 15 to 25 years old girls and men, with 935 stores in the US and Canada.
The latest brand, 77kids by American Eagle, is available at 22 stores across the US.
The 77kids brand offers “kid cool,” durable clothing and accessories for kids ages zero
to 14.


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