The iconic British luxury brand Mulberry has announced that it is to open a new concept store in Hammerson’s flagship destination Victoria Leeds. The new 3,000 sq ft store will open on 27th November in Victoria Quarter.
The brand currently has a smaller store in Victoria Quarter.
Iain Mitchell, UK Commercial Director at Hammerson, said: “Mulberry is an iconic British brand, and its new store concept is sure to be a hit with our customers, particularly in the run up to Christmas. The brand really complements the broader luxury offer at the destination, which includes Louis Vuitton, Temperley London, Vivienne Westwood, and Harvey Nichols. We’re seeing more and more brands introducing new concepts and offers at Victoria Leeds, and that really highlights its position as the leading retail and leisure destination in the region.”
Ian Earnshaw, Commercial Director at Mulberry, said: “I am delighted that we are launching our new store concept in Victoria Quarter. Leeds has always been, and will continue to be, an extremely important market for the brand. We are very excited to offer all of our omnichannel and after-sales services in a seamless customer journey, while showcasing all product categories in the Mulberry universe.”
Hammerson create vibrant, continually evolving spaces, in and around thriving European cities, with a focus on flagship retail destinations and Premium Outlets. As of 30th June 2019, our portfolio of high-quality venues had a value of £9.5 billion and includes 21 flagship destinations, 12 convenient retail parks and investments in 20 premium outlet villages, through our partnership with Value Retail and the VIA Outlets joint venture. Key retail venues include, Bullring & Grand Central, Birmingham, Bicester Village, Oxfordshire, Freeport Lisboa Fashion Outlet, Lisbon, Dundrum Town Centre, Dublin; and Les Terrasses du Port, Marseille. We manage over 2,000 brand relationships and during trading hours, over 80,000 people visit our shopping centres hourly across our flagship destinations in the UK, France & Ireland.
Source : Hammerson