Four new stores whose products are designed for female consumers will be joining the 150 retail stores and restaurants this spring at the Tacoma Mall, the mall announced Friday.
The four include fashion and accessory retailers Michael Kors, Charlotte Russe, Maurices and handmade cosmetics maker LUSH.
The stores will join Next Cellection, a pre-paid cellphone provider and repair service store that recently opened its doors at the mall. The store also offers cellphone-unlocking services, computer repairs, a bill payment center and accessories.
“These new stores add to an already great mix of retailers we offer our shoppers at Tacoma Mall,” said Sarah Bonds, director of marketing and business development at the mall, in a news release. “They are leaders in their categories and offer a tremendous variety of products and a selection our shoppers will be excited about. We look forward to welcoming them.”
Mall representatives did not give specific opening dates other than to say the stores will open late this spring.
Women’s fashion designer and retailer Michael Kors will be located across from the Apple store in the mall.
Next door to Michael Kors, LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics will open a 1,300-square-foot location this spring. LUSH produces and sells a variety of handmade products, including soaps, shower gels, shampoos and hair conditioners, bath bombs, bubble bars, hand and body lotions and face masks.
Charlotte Russe will open in a 6,000-square-foot space across from Old Navy and next to Alley Kat. Charlotte Russe provides merchandise with an emphasis on the lifestyle trends of young women in their teens and twenties, the mall said.
Maurices, a popular women’s retail store will occupy a 5,000-square-foot space next to the mall’s food court.