Sock it to You, Victoria’s Secret Beauty, Marshall Rousso Land at the Airport
BALTIMORE, June 22, 2016 – Travelers at the AIRMALL at Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI Marshall) can now enjoy even more shopping options with the recent arrivals of Sock it to You, Victoria’s Secret Beauty and Marshall Rousso.
“AIRMALL continues to enhance the airport shopping experience for travelers looking to check out the latest designer items or enjoy a taste of Baltimore’s finest,” said Brett Kelly, vice president of AIRMALL Maryland. “These fun, fashionable brands at BWI Marshall demonstrate our commitment to delivering exciting options to more than 23 million passengers every year.”
The latest AIRMALL openings include:
- Sock it to You (866 sf), a locally owned and operated boutique, welcomed its first customers to its new Concourse C shop where they’ll find socks of every variety from fun novelty styles to socks representing professional and college sports teams. Coordinating items range from bags, hats and a variety of Maryland flag merchandise. Owners Brenda and Barry Shlain’s original store is located in Harborplace in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
- Victoria’s Secret Beauty (1058 sf), operated by Prestige Retail, brings the world of fragrances, makeup and beauty supplies from the lingerie retailer to its new store in the AB food court retail area. Handbags, luggage, wallets, cosmetic bags and select lingerie round out the retail lineup.
- Marshall Rousso’s (1300 sf) new location of its flagship store in Concourse C offers a signature collection of women’s lifestyle fashion apparel and accessories from designer brands including Guess, bebe, Tommy Bahama, Jessica Simpson, BCBGeneration, Michael Antonio and Onex.
“As BWI Marshall grows with added airline service and record passenger traffic, these new shops will enhance the travel experience for our customers,” said Ricky Smith, chief executive officer, BWI Marshall. “We continue to work with AIRMALL to offer outstanding shopping and dining options for our travelers.”