Archive for the ‘APPAREL – CHILDREN’ Category

TOMMY HILFIGER OUTLET

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A new revolution in fashion is taking place at Tommy Hilfiger Outlet at Vaughan Mills. It’s all about an unpretentious, carefree lifestyle. Preppy classics for men, women and children that are adapted to suit a modern lifestyle. It is a reflection of the Tommy Hilfiger heritage and a step towards a new definition of classic style
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GUESS FACTORY STORE

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GUESS was established in 1981by the Marciano brothers, who left the south of France in pursuit of the American dream. Inspired by a European influence, the Marcianos put their innovative touch on the apparel industry, redefining denim.

GUESS became a symbol of a young, sexy and adventurous lifestyle. Today GUESS is a global lifestyle brand with a full range of apparel and accessories
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THE CHILDREN’S PLACE

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GAP FACTORY STORE

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H&M

Listing rating 18 of 100

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H&M, the Swedish – based clothing retailer, offers a wide variety of clothing with lots of different concepts – from updated classics and basics to garments that reflect the very latest international trends. H&M sells ladies, mens and childrens wear. In addition, H&M sells accessories, sportswear and underwear. In simple terms – fashion for everyone and always at the best price!At our Vaughan Mills location, you will find the latest trends at the best prices for women, men, teens and kids with great new arrivals daily
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INTERNATIONAL BOYS OUTLET

Listing rating 13 of 100

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LACOSTE OUTLET

Listing rating 18 of 100

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MEXX KIDS

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Newly renovated
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OLD NAVY

Listing rating 18 of 100

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PLEASE MUM

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