New stores at Sawgrass Mills: The North Face and AllSaints outlets, Samsung and OneClick

 

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The North Face and AllSaints will open their first outlet stores in South Florida at Sawgrass Mills in the coming months, adding to the mix of more than 350 stores at the Sunrise mall.

Samsung will also open a store, and OneClick is now open at Sawgrass Mills, which says it is the largest outlet and value retail shopping destination in the United States.

Samsung will open in August near Sports Authority. Also in August, The North Face will open its outlet store, offering apparel, accessories and gear for skiing, snowboarding, hiking, climbing and more. It will be located near Bed Bath & Beyond.

British fashion retailer AllSaints will debut its first outlet location in Florida at Sawgrass Mills in October, also located near Bed Bath & Beyond, the mall said. AllSaints offers edgy apparel for men and women, as well as shoes, accessories and swimwear.

OneClick, South Florida’s authorized Apple reseller and service provider, is located in the Market Food Court.

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