More Stores Announced for Disney Springs! Sephora, MAC Cosmetics, Alex and Ani and More!


Last week we showed you photos of the new area coming to Disney Springs, and it’s beautiful. Well today, the Orlando Sentinel announced more new stores that are being added to Disney Springs, and I’m super excited about it. As an avid shopper, I’m thrilled to share this news with you! Here’s what they had to say~

The list of newly announced retailers includes Antropologie, Lacoste, Kate Spade New York, Sephora, Under Armour, MAC Cosmetics, Vince Camuto, Vera Bradley, Lucky Brand, Oakley, a Coca-Cola Store, Trophy Room, Alex and Ani, Na Hoku jewelers, Shore (swimwear and clothing), American Threads (women’s clothing), Volcom (outdoors apparel), Kipling, Francesca’s, Melissa’s Shoes, UNOde50 (jewelry), Johnston & Murphy, Everything But Water, Free People (women’s clothing), Johnny Was (womenswear), Columbia, Sperry and Luxury of Time by Diamonds International.


Exciting, right? There is more to share!

Disney Springs has quickly become a favorite destination for our guests, and they are going to love what’s to come,” George A. Kalogridis, president of Walt Disney World, said in a news release. “Guests will enjoy an experience unlike any other in Central Florida.”

The Trophy Room is “inspired by the trophy room in the Jordan family estate,” a Disney World news release says. The Disney Springs location will be the first of its kind, with footwear, apparel, memorabiliia and exclusive merchandise. Founder Marcus Jordan is a former UCF basketball player.

The Coca-Cola Store will feature Coke merchandise, a Coca-Cola Polar Bear experience and a rooftop beverage bar.

Town Center also will be home to a Welcome Center for Disney Springs.

The company also announced some dining venues for Town Center, including D-Luxe Burger, a Disney-owned and operated concept and Amorette’s Patisserie. Also on tap are Tablas Frontera, a Mexican-themed restaurant via chef Rick Bayless and Homecoming — Florida Kitchen and Shine Bar from chef Art Smith.

Work is expected to wrap up this year on Disney Springs, which until last year was called Downtown Disney. When completed, the expansion will double the number of shops, restaurants and entertainment venues from 75 to 150, Disney says.

Other changes at Disney Springs include the moving of the Bibbidi Bobbidi Boutique from the World of Disney store to the Once Upon a Toy story in the Marketplace sector of the complex.

I can’t wait to see the new stores! A huge thank you to the Orlando Sentinel for the fabulous information! More to follow as we hear! ~M

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