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Mens Fashion Stores Waterville ME

Local resource for men's fashion stores in Waterville, ME. Includes detailed information on local businesses that provide access to men's vests, tailored fit suits, men's boots, casual shoes, belts, wallets, men's sunglasses, as well as advice and content on men's formalwear.

Lamey Wellehan
(207) 680-2200
74 Main Street Waterville 05
Waterville, ME
 
Old Navy
(207) 623-1234
10 Stephen King Dr
Augusta, ME
 
Lamey Wellehan
(207) 622-0871
144 Western Avenue
Augusta, ME
 
UNIFIRST
001 (207) 797-4006
430 RIVRSDE INDSTRL PARKWAY
PORTLAND, ME
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PORTLAND DRY GOODS CO.
237 Commercial St.
Portland, ME
 
Joseph''S Clothing & Sporting Goods
(207) 453-9756
167 Main St
Fairfield, ME
 
Dicks Sporting Goods #244
(207) 622-3987
80 Stephen King Dr Ste 2 Augusta
Augusta, ME
 
Gap
(207) 623-2530
4 Stephen King Dr
Augusta, ME
 
Siemens Building Technologies Inc
(800) 959-1521
356 US Route 1
Falmouth, ME
 
Cellphonessuck.Net
(207) 221-4352
Falmouth, ME
 

Claire Barker opens in Shanghai

New Zealand designer Claire Barker is drawing on her roots and her knowledge of China as she opens a new store in Shanghai, on the fifth floor of the Isetan Department Store in the Huang Pu district.
   The Japanese-owned department store has gained a reputation in Shanghai as a premium fashion retail centre.
   Barker had once worked as a futures’ trader in China and her family still lives there.
   In a release, she says that she sources most of her fabrics from Chinese cities.
   ‘[Shanghai has hosted] its eighth successive fashion week this year. There seemed like no better time and place for me to expand internationally.’
   The new store will be supplied directly from the designer’s workshop in Shanghai.

Meanwhile, to those following Lucire via their RSS feeds, fashion editor Sopheak Seng has made his men’s picks for the summer. Head over to the main part of the site for his top 10. ...

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