- Sara Ehlers |
After just opening a new store in Los Angeles, Robin’s Jeans still has further plans for expansion. The premium denim brand opened a location at the Beverly Center, but has plans for over five more locations to open this year.
The company has been ramping up its store growth in order to get more exposure out for the brand. The company, which started in 2005, is based in California. Robin Chretien, founder of the denim brand, has since then opened a couple of stores already in California. For the future, the brand plans to open five stores in 2016. These locations include Hawaii; Nashville, Tenn.; Houston, Texas; Tampa, Fla.; and Telluride, Colo. The purpose of these store openings are for the brand to build its following and establish itself as a company. “We want to expose the name…to show more about the brand and this is why we’re opening more,” Chretien told WWD.
The company is privately held and currently based in Bell Gardens. The denim brand is known for its locally made jeans for both men and women. Jean styles range in various styles from straight, slim, cargo, amplified and more. Prices can range from 59 up to 949 dollars for a pair of jeans. The brand is largely inspired by Los Angeles culture. The brand’s most recent store opening includes its Los Angeles location, which opened this month.