Myer (stylised MYER), is a mid-to-up market Australian department store chain. Myer retails a broad range of products across women's, men's and children's clothing, footwear and accessories; cosmetics and fragrance; homewares; electrical; furniture and bedding; toys; books and stationery; food and confectionery; and travel goods. Myer's primary department store rival is David Jones.
Australian model, and Miss Universe 2004, Jennifer Hawkins, is the long-serving 'face of Myer'. The department store also engages a number of other personalities as 'fashion ambassadors'.
Myer has long been Australia's largest department store by revenue and store count.
Myer is a department store that operates Australia-wide.
Myer may refer to:
- Myer (name)
- Myer Centre, Adelaide, a building in Adelaide
- Myer Centre, Brisbane, a shopping centre in Brisbane
- Myer House (disambiguation), several houses in the US National Register of Historic Places
- Fort Myer, a U.S. Army post in Virginia, not to be confused with Fort Myers, Florida
- MYER, ICAO code for Rock Sound International Airport, Bahamas
- Myer Classic, an Australian Thoroughbred horse race
Myer is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
- Albert J. Myer (1828–1898), American Army officer and surgeon considered the father of the Army Signal Corps and the US Weather Bureau
- Buddy Myer (1904–1974), All Star major league baseball second baseman
- Horatio Myer (1850–1916), British businessman and Member of Parliament
- Ken Myer (1921–1992), American-born Australian philanthropist and businessman
- Sidney Myer (1878–1934), businessman who co-founded the Australian department store chain; father of Ken Myer
- Val Myer (1883–1959), British architect and portrait painter
- Myer Fredman (born 1932), British-Australian conductor
- Myer Galpern (1903–1993), British Labour Party politician
- Myer Horowitz (born 1932) Canadian academic and former president of the University of Alberta
- Myer Lyon (c. 1750 – 1797), tenor opera singer in London and Dublin
- Myer Prinstein (1878–1924), American long jump and triple jump Olympic champion
- Myer Rosenblum (1907–2002), Australian rugby union player and lawyer
- Myer Skoog (born 1927), American retired National Basketball Association player
- Myer Strouse (1825–1878), Democratic member of the US House of Representatives from Pennsylvania
- Prince Myer, the player character in the video game Deadly Towers
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