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Sears at Paramus to carry Lands' End Canvas
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Dec '09
Lands' End Canvas debuts at the Sears at Paramus Park Mall. The mall is the first Sears store location in the country to carry Lands' End Canvas. The expansive line recently launched online on November 11, 2009. The introduction of apparel features effortless, versatile clothing for men and women that reinterprets Lands' End's authentic American style and combines it with modern, lived-in sensibility and fit.

The Lands' End Canvas collection features casual apparel, outerwear, shoes and accessories for both women and men that are relevant to a modern lifestyle. Lands' End designers took great pride in redefining the brand's heritage pieces with new fits and fabrications while also introducing new items that are certain to become go-to favorites.

“Lands' End Canvas is a natural extension of the Lands' End brand deeply rooted in authenticity, but all the items feature a modern sense of style with an eased, effortless attitude,” said Marla Ryan, Lands' End vice president of retail. “We are happy to bring this collection into the Lands' End Shops at Sears and welcome men and women to experience the newest offering from Lands' End it's an exciting new chapter in our rich history.”

The inspiration for the look of the Lands' End Canvas space was authentic, vintage pieces – a loft-like appeal with unvarnished surfaces, natural canvas, reclaimed wood and exposed pipes that reflect that same lived-in feeling of the Lands' End Canvas collection. In fact, many of the fixtures were built at the Lands' End headquarters in Dodgeville, Wisconsin, with reclaimed barn wood from southwest Wisconsin. The shop also features a relaxed Lands' End Canvas shopping lounge with a community bulletin board and direct phone and Internet access to Lands' End.

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