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More stores coming, relocating at Waterside Shops in Naples

BY July 21, 2023
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Many designer clothing stores are coming soon or relocating this year at Waterside Shops in Naples.  

“Waterside Shops continues to evolve to meet the needs of our community and we’re thrilled to announce the opening of the new Tory Burch store, as well as renovations and relocations of some of our cherished retail partners,” said Anne Fleming, general manager of Waterside Shops, 5415 Tamiami Trail N. “We look forward to continuing to provide Southwest Florida residents and guests the finest dining and shopping experiences.”  

Although Tory Burch has operated the fashion label’s only Southwest Florida store at Waterside Shops for many years, the designer brand reopened in May at a larger boutique space between Chico’s and Evereve at the open-air luxury center. The namesake chain’s new 3,207-square-foot store showcases the designer’s chic, upscale women’s clothing, shoes and accessories. It’s in the original space of Lululemon, which relocated within the center last year to a larger suite previously occupied by Banana Republic.  

A few other new designer name-brand clothing stores are under construction and preparing to open this fall. Veronica Beard, which offers a mix of cool, classic and chic styles of women’s clothing, shoes and home accessories, is coming to Tory Burch’s former 2,500-square-foot suite next to Chico’s.  

Coming to the 1,563-square-foot space formerly occupied by Tina Stephens women’s boutique, Jenni Kayne is dedicated to California-inspired designs with clothing for women, children and men, including swim and beach attire, shoes and accessories, as well as the popular Oak Essentials line. Francis Valentine is bringing its apparel and accessories designed to feature the vintage style of founders Elyce Arons and Kate Spade in the 1,100-square-foot former space of Orlebar Brown.  

A few other existing stores are relocating to new spaces within Waterside Shops.  

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