Forever 21 returns to Fulton Mall on Friday

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Fast-fashion giant Forever 21 will make its triumphant return to Fulton Mall this weekend after leaving eight years ago, and shoppers say they’re looking forward to welcoming the affordable favorite back to the strip.

“It should have never left,” said Brownsville resident Rotisha Blake.

The economical emporium is opening an outlet of its cheaper-than-cheap F21 Red spinoff at the corner of Bond Street — across from its former location in the now defunct Albee Square Mall — which will sell Forever 21 basics like tank tops, jeans, and T-shirts for the price of a hot-dog.

The bargain basement retailer opened its first New York F21 Red store in Queens earlier this year and the new Fulton Street outpost will mark its first in the borough.

The store officially opens on Saturday, when the first 210 customers in line will get a $10 gift card. But for those brave enough, it will also open its doors the day before on Black Friday, when a “mystery gift card” will be awarded to the first people to arrive.

F21 Red (490 Fulton St. at Bond Street Downtown).

Reach reporter Lauren Gill at or by calling (718) 260–2511.
Updated 10:17 pm, July 9, 2018
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