Sawgrass Mills to welcome more stores, including several opening first South Florida outlets

Sawgrass Mills said Monday it is welcoming more stores to its outlet and value retail shopping destination in Sunrise, including Diesel, O’Neill, and Catimini, which are opening their first outlet locations in South Florida.

In addition, Justice is expanding its store in the coming months, adding to the British clothing retailer Superdry and The Art of Shaving, which have recently opened their first South Florida outlet locations near Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH.

Diesel, which will open across from Nike Factory Store at Sawgrass Mills, will offer trend-setting clothing, accessories and fragrances.

O’Neill, a leader in beach lifestyle sportswear, will open across from PUMA Outlet, and will offer a wide variety of surf boards, surf wear and equipment for the whole family.

New stores for with apparel for children are Catimini, and an expanded Justice, which will include Brothers, its new line for boys. Opening on Avenue 2, across from Bloomingdale’s – The Outlet Store, Catimini will provide innovative prints, fresh colors and chic patterns for infants, toddlers and children at affordable prices. Justice/Brothers will offer an expanded selection of its trendy apparel and accessories for both boys and girls, Sawgrass said.

Overall, Sawgrass Mills, which says it is the largest outlet and value retail shopping destination in the United States, has more than 350 name-brand outlet and off-price retail stores, as well as two major food courts and seven full-service restaurants.

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