Gymboree 116 Westfarms Mall, Farmington, CT06032 Gymboree offers high quality apparel for newborns to 12-year-old children. The story began with a mother, Joan Barnes,…More who wanted to play with her daughter. She opened her first Gymboree Play and Music Program in 1976. That led to the Gymboree Corporation in 1986, a company that designs, manufactures and retails the clothing and accessories that you see in Gymboree.
Banana Republic 554 Westfarms Mall, Farmington, CT06032 Banana Republic sells its own line of comfortable, rugged yet stylish clothes for men and women, including pants, tops,…More jackets, underwear, socks, hats and accessories. The company was founded by Mel and Patricia Ziegler in Mill Valley, California, in 1978 and sold to the Gap in 1983.
T.J. Maxx 1600 S East Rd, Farmington, CT06032 T.J. Maxx first opened in 1976 in Framingham, Massachusetts, by a woman named Taras Sokil. It is different from other…More shops in that it receives items weekly, not by the season. It offers brand names and designer clothing, and home decorations. The apparel is sized for women, men, teens and children. It is located south of the Westfarms Mall, next to Sport's Authority.
Janie and Jack 505 Westfarms Mall, Farmington, CT06032 Janie and Jack offers high quality apparel for children from birth to eight years old. It has tops, sweaters, bottoms,…More overalls, one-pieces, outerwear, swimwear, shoes and accessories. Based in San Francisco, California, it has has over 600 stores in the United States. Janie and Jack's clothes are extremely durable and long-lasting.
Brooks Brothers 500 South Rd, Farmington, CT06032 Brooks Brothers, founded in 1818, was one of the first stores in the US to offer ready-made clothing. The first…More owner was Henry Sands Brooks. It offers shirts, suits, jackets, velour tops, knit tops and winter coats.
Hot Topic 500 South Rd, Farmington, CT06032 Hot Topic offers body jewelry, artificial tattoos, multi-hued hair-dye and unisex, music-influenced apparel. Orv Madden,…More the owner, is devoted to contemporary sounds, and has managed to keep up with the changing trends in music and the clothes of several genres. His shop at Westfarms stocks shoes, accessories, pop-culture products, music, holiday items and collectibles.