Fashion Outlets of Chicago welcomed the first Midwest outlet location for Aritzia, the popular women’s fashion boutique, on Friday, Dec. 16.
Aritzia is a vertically integrated design house that delivers Everyday Luxury through engaging service, beautiful product, aspirational environments and captivating communications. Each Aritzia boutique, including the new location at Fashion Outlets of Chicago, is individually conceptualized to be an inspiring space. In addition to curated artwork and custom furniture, the boutiques feature world-class style advisors to offer personalized styling and tailored advice to help find the perfect fit, alongside house-created playlists and bespoke details for an elevated shopping experience. Home to an extensive portfolio of exclusive brands, including Wilfred, Babaton, Tna and Sunday Best, Aritzia creates memorable experiences and timeless pieces for every person and occasion.
With more than 100 boutiques throughout North America, Aritzia at Fashion Outlets of Chicago will be the retailer’s first outlet location in the Midwestern United States. Aritzia is located on Level Two between Gucci and Coach.
“We couldn’t be more thrilled to be the home of Aritzia’s first Midwestern outlet location, and we can’t wait to share the incredible quality and value Aritzia has to offer with Fashion Outlets of Chicago shoppers,” said Katie Walsh, Senior Marketing Manager at Fashion Outlets of Chicago. “Fashion Outlets of Chicago offers unmatched value from an incomparable lineup of top retailers, and that perfect combination keeps new and returning shoppers coming back month after month.”
Fashion Outlets of Chicago is the Midwest’s only two-level indoor shopping experience, offering more than 130 outlets ranging from the world’s top designer brands to family favorites. In addition to Aritzia, several other top designer retailers have chosen Fashion Outlets of Chicago as their first Midwest locations, including Yves Saint Laurent, Versace and Bogner. Other new shops include a new Express Outlet and major store expansions for Gucci, Michael Kors, Lululemon and more. The center also recently welcomed several new Food Court tenants to join staples such as Tapville Social, which made Fashion Outlets of Chicago the first Chicagoland shopping center to allow alcoholic beverages in common areas in late 2019.