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Jill Alexander to open flagship store in Miami next month
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Oct '12
Jill Alexander Designs (JAD), creator of high quality clothing for curvy women size 12 and above, announced that it will open its first retail-clothing store in the Village at Gulfstream Park in Aventura, Florida on November 1. This marks the first Jill Alexander store worldwide and is the result of collaboration between designer Alexander and retail fashion visionary, Ted Lischin.

The new 2500 square foot store will feature Alexander’s continually expanding collection as well as custom pieces from the designer. The Village at Gulfstream Park is known for catering to high-end fashion consumers.

“I was immediately attracted to Jill’s designs because she clearly understands how to create beautiful garments for a woman’s body and she does it with such precise tailoring, color and great textures,” said Ted Lischin. “Jill’s designs have gained her worldwide recognition and are perfect for Miami consumers. There has been such a need for a great designer for this segment of the market and my money is on Jill Alexander Designs.”

For the past 25 years, Lischin has operated Barron shops in Atlantic City, New Jersey. He brings his industry expertise to his clothing stores that carry upscale brand names such as Hugo Boss, Armani and Ermenegildo Zegna, The Lischin family also owns Salsa Shoes, a fashionable women's boutique.

“I am thrilled to be opening our first store in Miami and I couldn’t ask for a better partner than Ted Lischin,” said Alexander. “Ted understands my goal as a designer and the markets I am focused on. It has always been a life-long dream to have my own store and now we let customers experience first-hand our collection of comfortable, well-made, fashion-forward pieces for the curvy woman’s wardrobe.”

Jill Alexander Designs (JAD) specializes in creating beautiful clothing for the curvy woman. Founded in 2009, the company has a reputation for designing versatile and high quality garments. Alexander brings expertise in fabric manufacturing and tailoring to her creations, offering the plus-size woman clothing that is comfortable, flattering and easy to care for.

Jill Alexander Designs (JAD)


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