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Four fashion retailers set up shop at Westfield malls
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Mar '14
The Westfield Group announced new retailers at four shopping centers in Northern California, expanding its signature Luxury Collection at Westfield Valley Fair and adding new offerings at Westfield San Francisco Centre, Westfield Galleria at Roseville and Westfield Oakridge.
 
Westfield Valley Fair in Silicon Valley is deepening its ever-expanding Luxury Collection with the new shops by iconic Italian designer Giorgio Armani and French fashion house Balenciaga, both of which will open this summer. 
 
Earlier this year, a two-story space for the men’s, women’s and children’s clothing purveyor ZARA opened as did the British luxury boutique of classic leather bags, accessories, womens-wear and travel collections Mulberry. Westfield Valley Fair is home to 224 retailers, including its signature Luxury Collection of fashion-forward brands, high-end retail and unique first to market shops. A chic, new Dining Terrace opened at the end of 2013, complements the Luxury Collection.
 
Westfield also announced that Lululemon Athletica, the fitness and lifestyle apparel for men and women, would open this spring at Westfield San Francisco Centre. A Corner W by Walgreens opened earlier this year offering goods and services, plus pharmacy, health and wellness services near the Centre’s BART/MUNI transit entrance on the Concourse Level, which is also near the new Pressed Juicery that opened during the holidays is 2013. In addition to Pressed Juicery, the Centre also opened New Era and Perfumania in late 2013. 
 
Westfield San Francisco Centre offers world-class shopping, entertainment, and dining in downtown San Francisco. Anchored by Nordstrom and Bloomingdale’s department stores, the Centre also boasts a Burke Williams Day Spa, Century Theatres, and over 200 boutiques, restaurants, and cafes.

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