A celebrity-favorite brand that aims to create “the best yoga clothing in the world” has opened its first Arizona store.
Alo Yoga’s “Scottsdale Sanctuary” opened on Oct. 19 at Scottsdale Fashion Square with a two-day party to celebrate. The 6,700-square-foot store is located on the first floor, between Burberry and AllSaints, across from Hugo Boss and Tesla. Alo’s website lists hours as 10 a.m.-7:30 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays and 11 am.m.-6 pm Sundays.
“Scottsdale Fashion Square’s shopper profile is an ideal fit as we introduce our luxury performance garments to a broader segment of fashion lovers,” Marco DeGeorge, co-founder of Alo Yoga, said in a stateme.
DeGeorge added that the company is eager to “establish an Alo community in Scottsdale.”
Alo was established in Los Angeles in 2007. It now has locations throughout Southern California, New York, Texas, and Austin. You can also take yoga classes at several locations.
Kendall Jenner and Taylor Swift are just a few of the celebs who have been photographed in Alo’s athleisure clothing.
Coming soon to the ValleyPickleball, go-karting and surfing are just a few of the entertainment options available.
Alo’s Scottsdale opening celebration: Yoga and aura readings
Alo will host a variety of events to celebrate its arrival here in Arizona.
An “om-warming”The party will be open from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Oct. 19-20. There will be music from Sol Rising, reiki energy readings, aura readings by Monika George of Cosmic Hour and beverages.
At 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 20, there will be a $30 full moon yoga and meditation class with a view of Camelback Mountain on the top deck of the Dillard’s parking garage. A giveaway with 100 hats, totes and a prize will be held. Drawing.
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More Details Scottsdale Fashion Square, 7014-990 E. Camelback Rd., Space 1288, Scottsdale. https://www.aloyoga.com/pages/scottsdale-store.
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