African clothing giant terrycloth will launch its new line of apparel this summer at New York City’s West Side Mall.
The company said the full clothing line, dubbed the African Clothing Collection, will be available in its flagship store, Terrycloth NYC, as well as at retail outlets across the country, including at Macy’s, Nordstrom and Forever 21.
Terrycloth is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of full-body garment accessories.
It is owned by the family of global apparel giant H&M, which has more than $60 billion in revenue.
In a statement, the company said it will be the largest clothing retailer in the United States, surpassing H&M.
“With the launch of the African Collection, we aim to bring our full-service, premium apparel offerings to more customers, who can then customize their clothing in their own style,” said Terrycloths CEO and founder Terrence D. Hickey.
“The African Collection is the largest collection of garments on the market and the largest in the world.
Our commitment to our customers and to their clothing is unwavering and it’s our hope that the collection will serve as a beacon for our global customers.”
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Kara S. is offering three-day, hourly tours for $69.99 on the weekend at her Kresge Gallery in midtown Manhattan.
For $59.99, she will show you her new jewelry collection and a behind-the-scenes tour of her workshop.
“I want to show you my collection,” S. said.
“My passion is jewelry and my goal is to make it as affordable as possible.
I am hoping that people will be able to afford my jewelry and then come visit and buy from me.”
said her business started in 2013 when she moved to New York to work at a jewelry store.
She opened the gallery in October 2014 with her husband, Matt.
The gallery will offer free tours, and for a small fee, visitors will be allowed to take photos with S. and get a chance to see the art.
Samples will be sold for $9.95 each and will include a full-size photo.
The gallery also sells S.’s signature handmade jewelry pieces.
Songs and music are also included in the sale.
Singer-songwriter Emily Rauh, who has recorded more than 100 hits, will perform at the gallery’s Saturday opening.
Sara F. was a longtime member of the Sotheby’s International Realty Group’s jewelry and art collections and has been featured in the company’s catalogs.
The Sothebys will open S. at SotheBy’s on July 4, and S. will be on view at S&,amp;H&!
until August 10.
Sothebys is among the biggest name dealers in the country and has over $600 million in annual sales.