The Galleria announced today that Forever 21, the well-known fast fashion retailer specializing in current trends at a great value, will join the mall’s diverse retail mix in November 2012.

The new Houston location will boast over 26,900 square feet of retail space and will feature an array of clothing and accessories.

“There has been a great deal of interest in the opening of this Forever 21 location,” said Forever 21 Executive Vice President Larry Meyer. “Our new location at The Galleria will continue to serve shoppers in the Houston area and provide our customers with an even wider selection of fashion-forward merchandise at an affordable price. We have diligently worked to incorporate new concepts and create an exciting shopping environment for all of our customers.”

Celebrated by many style conscious and trend-savvy shoppers, Forever 21 has quickly become the source for the most current fashions at a great value to consumers. Forever 21 features a constant flow of fun and creative clothing designs and accessories to make your look come together at the right price.

“We are thrilled to welcome Forever 21 to our tenant mix,” said Jenny Harris, Director of Marketing. “The Galleria has always been a competitive shopping destination, and this addition will only enhance our customers’ shopping experience.”

Slated to open in November, the new store will be located near J. Crew and Kona Grill.

Forever 21, Inc., headquartered in Los Angeles, California, is a fashion retailer of women’s, men’s and kids clothing and accessories and is known for offering the hottest, most current fashion trends at a great value to consumers. This model operates by keeping the store exciting with new merchandise brought in daily. Founded in 1984, Forever 21 operates more than 815 stores in 57 countries with retailers in the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Israel, Japan, Korea, Latin America, Mexico, Philippines and United Kingdom. For more information please visit:


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