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American retail giant, Aéropostale, opens its flagship store this May 2013 at the ground floor of the new Glorietta in Makati.
Named after a 1920s airmail company, the mall-based brand opened its first store in 1987, offering high-quality, fashionable wardrobe staples for teens. Today, Aéropostale is one of the fastest growing retailers of casual apparel and accessories with a price range that’s easy on the pocket.

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Just to give you an idea and feel of the brand, last October 2012, Aéropostale opened a new concept store at the Roosevelt Field Mall in Garden City, Long Island, New York.
The new and impressive store concept evokes a vintage feel with New York-inspired artwork and framed chalkboards that double as a Community board to keep customers in the loop with the many activities Aéropostale has lined up for the year.

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Vibrant colored fixtures paired with dark wood, exposed bricks, and state-of-the-art lighting provide contrast and dimension, to give the store a warm and inviting feel.

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While tucked in the back of the store is a fun and flirty Girls room or haven for underwear, yoga and dorm items

Dorm Shop

Each of the store’s five dressing rooms features a New York City neighborhood theme like Soho, Williamsburg, West Village, East Village, and Park Slope.

Dressing Room 1
Dressing Room 2

The store design is a collaboration between Aéropostale’s internal team and the award-winning, Montreal-based design and consulting firm, GH+A Design.
With its heritage and New York roots, Aéropostale is sure to be the next fashion hot spot in the Metro.
To know more about the brand, go to http://www.aeropostale.com/

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Ms.C, is Aeropostale the low-end line of Abercombie & Fitch or does it cater to the younger crowd?

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Ernesto Lacsamana Reply:

Ayyy teh kelan naging high end ang Abercrombie & Fitch

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Jaycee Reply:

We’ll uhm there’s the very affordable aeropostale, hollister average and then the Abercrombie and Fitch which sells about 35-50 for regular tshirts then everything else about 40 and above, prices can go up to 450 dollars, if on sale best deal u could get about 25 dollars. I think Ernesto here can spend that kind of money,,

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Ernesto Lacsamana

Ayyy teh kelan naging high end ang Abercrombie & Fitch

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Jaycee

We’ll uhm there’s the very affordable aeropostale, hollister average and then the Abercrombie and Fitch which sells about 35-50 for regular tshirts then everything else about 40 and above, prices can go up to 450 dollars, if on sale best deal u could get about 25 dollars. I think Ernesto here can spend that kind of money,,

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Ernesto Lacsamana

Ms. C, sobrang dami ng mga imported brands na ganyan ang nandito sa atin. halos parepareho lang naman ang mga products nila. masyado nang ininvade yata ang pinoy market ng mga yan. Ako po I vote issuport nalang Filipino brands and products basta gawa dito sa atin at hindi sa China para naman may jobs pa yung garment industry natin.

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HiddenMickey

Cheap stuff na madaling masira. Aeropostale is even worse than Forever 21, at least Forever 21 has variety.

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Aeropostale products are not really of high quality. I shopped there once or twice when I was in high school pa and after a few washes nasisira na yung clothes. Also, one of the reasons why they are verging into international market is coz their sales have been declining in North America.

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