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Nordstrom to sell Madewell clothing in 15 more stores
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Jul '15
American fashion specialty retailer Nordstrom has announced plans to expand its partnership with denim apparel maker Madewell by adding distribution to an additional 15 stores across the US, it said in a press release.

By the end of July, the retailer will carry the Madewell collection in a total of 30 locations and Nordstrom.com. Nordstrom is the only US retailer to sell a broad assortment of Madewell merchandise, outside of Madewell stores.

"We know our customers love the Madewell brand, so we're excited to offer Madewell in an additional 15 stores for fall. Our customers are responding very well online and in the first 15 stores where we launched Madewell earlier this spring and the Madewell team has been great to work with. We're always looking for ways to evolve our offering to be more relevant and the Madewell brand has been a great addition to our merchandise mix," said Tricia Smith, Nordstrom executive vice president and general merchandise manager of women's apparel.

The fall collection hitting stores currently features woven tops and embroidered boho blouses, as well as Madewell's beloved brand essentials, including High Riser denim, the Transport Tote, and the Slub V-neck Pocket Tee in fall colours.

Nordstrom operates 304 stores in 38 American states and Canada. (SH)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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