Three new retailers have opened shop at Easton Town Center, a mixed-use complex northeast of Columbus, Ohio, co-developed by The Georgetown Company, L Brands and Steiner + Associates, including Brandy Melville, Peloton and 7 For All Mankind.
Brandy Melville is an Italian clothing and fashion accessories brand geared toward teenage girls and young women reflecting a West Coast, boho-inspired look. The brand has locations in 12 states throughout the United States and is known for having storefronts in prominent locations, such as New York City and Chicago.
Peloton is an indoor cycling studio experience with more than 80 showrooms located in the United States, U.K. and Canada. The brand leverages technology to bring group exercise classes, benefits and energy directly to customers’ homes. The showroom serves as the point of entry to the brand experience. It offers visitors the chance to try out the bike and mobile group classes firsthand and speak with Peloton experts directly. The new Easton Town Center showroom serves as the retailer’s second location in Ohio.
Born in Los Angeles, 7 For All Mankind was the first company to bring premium denim to scale, earning an immediate following for its innovative use of fabrics, fit and finishes. Often nicknamed as “Sevens,” the retailer has become not only a household name, but a favorite among Hollywood elite, fashion editors and stylists. Today, 7 For All Mankind is an international brand with more than 100 retail locations in North America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Easton Town Center is the retailer’s first location in Ohio.