With the addition of newly-announced tenants Reebok, Old Navy, True Religion, Lucy, Talbots, Gymboree and Movado, the Eagan outlet mall is now 90 percent leased. Owner Paragon Outlet Partners announced the additions Thursday.

Lucy and True Religion fill a couple of holes in the retail assortment, including an upscale fitness wear store (Lucy) and luxury brands (True Religion), according to retail brand experts Mary Van Note and Beth Perro-Jarvis of Ginger in Minneapolis.

Stores for men, especially an electronics store such as Bose, are still underrepresented in the mix, although Reebok and Old Navy will draw some.

When it opens in August, the center will include about 100 shops. Other retailers previously announced include American Eagle, Asics, Calphalon, Cole Haan, Crabtree & Evelyn, Helzberg Diamonds Outlet, Watch Station, Janie & Jack and Crazy 8 (owned by Gymboree), J. Crew, Johnston & Murphy and White House/Black Market. All are exclusive to Minnesota.

Other stores include Adidas, Chico’s Outlet, Children’s Place, Converse, Destination Maternity, Famous Footwear, Fossil, Jockey, Samsonite, Skechers and PacSun.Saks Off Fifth, Banana Republic, Brooks Brothers, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Nike, Polo Ralph Lauren, Puma, Swarovski, Tommy Hilfiger, Van Heusen and Wilson’s Leather.

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