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In 2013, Fred Segal will open a 2,200-square-foot store at LAX’s new Tom Bradley International Terminal. Reported to be the largest retail space in the airport aside from duty-free, the new boutique will offer men and women’s apparel, beauty products, jewelry and more.
The Hollywood Reporter (THR) reports the new Fred Segal will offer “both men’s and women’s apparel, including a signature denim bar, swimsuits, jewelry, beauty products, books, art and accessories.” The new store is part of the $1.5 billion renovation at LAX’s Tom Bradley International Terminal and according to LA Racked, there will be plenty of new shopping outlets and dining options for travelers.
Mayor Villaraigosa said, “We’re investing in LAX because it isn’t just a travel hub, it’s the gateway to the Pacific Rim and a central driver for our regional economy. Westfield’s development in the new Tom Bradley International Terminal will showcase L.A.’s distinct style and spirit, keep LAX competitive in the global market, increase international tourism, and put Angelenos to work now and for years to come.”
According to Westfield LAX website, passengers at LAX’s international terminal will experience retail options from Bvlgari, Michael Kors, Emporio Armani, Fred Segal, Kitson, Coach, Porsche Design, Tumi, Victoria’s Secret, Hugo Boss, iStore Boutique and Bliss. Top-notch dining options will include Top Chef winner Michael Voltaggio’s sandwiches at ink.sack, Top Chef Masters duo Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken at Border Grill, Unami Burger, LAMill Coffee boutique, Larder at Tavern, 800 Degrees Pizzeria, Petrossian Caviar & Champagne Bar, Short Cake, Vanilla Bake Shop, and more.