2 new stores coming to Cincinnati Premium Outlets in early 2018

Cincinnati Premium Outlets will welcome two new retailers early this year.

Shinola will bring its variety of watches, accessories, leather goods, bicycles and journals to the outlet malls lineup of more than 100 stores as of April 1, 2018, according to parent company, Simon, a company that deals in shopping, dining and entertainment destinations.

Founded in 2011, the Detroit, Mich.-based company offers quality products that last a lifetime and “American luxury through American quality,” according to Simon.

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Opening by March 1, 2018, will be women’s fashion boutique Francesca’s, offering “an eclectic mix of carefully-curated clothing, bold accessories and playful gifts,” according to Simon.

Francesca’s operates 670 stores in 48 states, including a location at 7567 Bales St. in Liberty Twp.’s Liberty Center shopping center. A previous location in Deerfield Towne Center closed in recent months.

Located just off Interstate 75 in Monroe halfway between Cincinnati and Dayton, Cincinnati Premium Outlets featuring brand-name retailers offering items at savings of 25 to 65 percent.

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