4 new stores coming to Hamilton Place

CHATTANOOGA (WDEF) – Hamilton Place announces four new stores are coming to the mall this summer:

Rose And PenningtonRose & Remington – Upper level, located near Sephora, at the top of the Food Court stairs

Rose & Remington is a fast-growing women’s lifestyle store that offers affordable, boho-chic clothing, accessories, gifts, home décor and more. Rose & Remington was founded (2013) by a mother & daughter duo from Ohio with a goal to create a space where mothers and daughters can shop together. Inside Rose & Remington, guests can find a unique selection of contemporary and affordable fashion with most dresses ranging from $30-$65 and tops ranging from $20-$45. This store is an experience-based store for all your retail therapy needs.

Tradehome ShoesTradehome Shoes – Upper level, located across from Ann Taylor and near Bath & Body Works

A tradition of service since 1921, customer service has always been our #1 priority. For over 98 years, our focus has been providing the most enjoyable footwear shopping experience anywhere. Our knowledgeable staff will greet you with a smile, listen to your wants and needs, measure your feet, and exhaust all options to find the right style with the perfect fit. Tradehome Shoes is a 100% employee-owned, service-oriented retailer of quality footwear.


Hollie Ray Boutique E1597438665916Hollie Ray Boutique – Upper level, located next to Pandora, across from Journey’s Kids

Hollie Ray Boutique, established in 2016 by two sisters, Erica Reynolds, and Noelle Holland, is a fabulous, locally owned, women’s clothing boutique that has a passion for offering stylish, casual, and fun wardrobe staples to our customers. Stop by to check out their selection of high-quality women’s clothing, jewelry, shoes, and other accessories.


96 Kickz96’ Kickz – Lower level, by Dick’s Sporting Goods

Buy / Sell / Trade Jordan’s, Yeezys, Supreme, Bape and more! Limited edition Designer Athletic shoes in new and like new condition.


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