Victoria's Secret at Oakview Mall will expand its existing store to add its Pink line of apparel geared toward teens and college-age women, setting off a string of store shuffles.
The store's expansion is expected to be completed by late June, said Ted Harris, the mall's general manager.
Visionworks, which offers eyewear, will relocate to a space near the mall's lower-level entrance to make way for the expansion.
In addition, Justice, which carries apparel for girls age 7 and older, along with its counterpart, Brothers, offering clothing for boys in sizes 6 to 16, will move into a portion of the mall's former Gap store. The new venue is scheduled to open in mid-April.
Zumiez, which offers skateboard, snowboard and surf-inspired clothing, footwear and accessories for children, teens and young men and women, will, in turn, move into the former Justice store. Zumiez is expected to open in its new location in early July.
Bath & Bodyworks will relocate in mid-May from its existing location to a smaller storefront in the Dillard's wing, Harris said.
Champs Sports will move into the former Bath & Bodyworks location in September. Champs' new mall location will have an updated look and design, Harris said.