Wednesday, January 16, 2008

True Religion Store Soon To Open In Center City Philadelphia

True ReligionTrue Religion Apparel, Inc. today announced the lease signing for its newest branded store in Philadelphia. Located at 1604 Walnut Street, the 1,600 square-foot branded store will offer shoppers the entire True Religion collection for men, women and kids, including its signature denim, expanding sportswear, and a full range of licensed product, such as footwear, swimwear, headwear and handbags. The store is expected to open in spring of 2008.


Located near the popular Rittenhouse Square in the heart of Philadelphia, the Center City district attracts more than five million tourists annually, houses a growing residential population, and offers a mix of national and local luxury businesses including Polo, Tiffany, MAC Cosmetics, Diesel, Puma, Coach, Cole Haan, Max Studio and Burberry.


"The district is an ideal environment for us to continue generating awareness for the True Religion brand, as well as positioning ourselves among the sophisticated and affluent customer base in the Philadelphia area," said Jeffrey Lubell, chairman and chief executive officer.


"More than 7,100 business establishments are located in the district and our store is positioned in one of the highest foot-trafficked regions in the area, " said Michael Buckley, president. "As an epicenter for the fashion conscious, we believe Center City bodes well for the financial prospects of our True Religion branded store."


Other True Religion Apparel, Inc, stores also located in United States, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, Korea, France, Spain, Sweden, Greece, Italy, Mexico, Australia, South Africa and China.via

3 comments:

Strut Your Style on Runway said...

have faith in fashion through True Religion Store in Philadelphia... LOLs...

Armani said...

True Religion clothing apparel brand will feature it around the world.

Jewelry said...

Nice logo....True religion is one of the popular brands nowadays....

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