Saturday, March 24, 2012

Forever 21 Opens Soon At SM City North Edsa!

Forever 21 is a popular American chain of clothing retailers which was first founded in Los Angeles, California by Korean business man Do Won Chang in 1984 to cater to the growing community of Korean-Americans living in LA.

Ever since the meteoric rise of  Hallyu (Korean) stars in pop culture, many fans have associated this store as the ultimate in Korean fashion.

To date, there are three Forever 21 branches in operation right now located at SM Megamall, SM Makati and SM City Cebu.

                         My Instagram of Forever 21 SM City North Edsa Branch 

Now a fourth installment is underway at SM City North Edsa!

It replaced Our Home situated in front of the SM Appliance Center and just beside the SM The Block Activity Center on the mall's second level.

I can just imagine how huge this store is going to be in terms of size and impact most especially on its loyal customers residing in the Quezon City area who find their Megamall branch a bit too far.

I believe I don't have to encourage you to come since I know that you'll be barging on its doors come opening day.

See you there!

Forever 21
Current Branches:
2nd floor, SM Megamall Building A; Tel. no.: 477-2733

Ground floor, SM Makati; Tel. no.: 553-0448

Northwing, SM City Cebu; Tel. no.:520-2964 &; 520-2969 


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  1. I love fashion by Forever 21! When I visit KL, i will for sure visit the outlet in Pavilion KL! Next time when U visit KL, you also can visit their outlet. :)

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  2. That's a great tip MeiTzeu! I will surely go there. Thanks for the visit once again.

  3. Good news for all of us. I hope to visit there whenever it will open. Thanks mate. :)

  4. more and more clothes to shop for! :D

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