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Jefferson Commons to have Torrid store
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May '10
Torrid will be opening its doors at Jefferson Commons in Newport News, Virginia. The go-to destination for young women's fashion in sizes 12 and up, Torrid is truly a one-stop shop for fashion and denim designed with the curvier girl in mind. The Torrid store at Jefferson Commons will provide Newport News-area fashionistas with a convenient location to enjoy all that Torrid has to offer.

Torrid, the first fashion-forward, trend-oriented clothing store for America's plus-size women, has led the market since its 2001 launch. Already featured on NBC's Today Show, ABC's Good Morning America, FOX News and The Tyra Banks Show, Torrid has developed an incredible following and is excited to offer its exceptional in-store shopping experience to the young women of Virginia.

The Torrid store at Jefferson Commons will offer a fun, friendly, fashion-forward atmosphere where customers can shop for a wide variety of merchandise, including trend-based fashion, premium denim, novelty T-shirts, lingerie, shoes, gifts, beauty products and more. In planning its assortment, Torrid takes its cues from fashion icons, runway trends, music and pop culture. In addition to Torrid's own private label, customers will find familiar brands like Source of Wisdom, Fragile, Ed Hardy, Jezebel, Z. Cavaricci Couture, and many more, all sized to fit just right.

Torrid, the destination for fashion and denim in sizes 12–26. Torrid, the second division of national retailer Hot Topic, Inc., provides size 12+ fashion-forward apparel and accessories for young curvy women. As of May 2010, Torrid operates over 150 stores and an Internet store.

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