Outlet malls remain among the key retail growth destinations in Britain (and beyond) so it’s no surprise that Adidas is to upsize its location in the successful London Designer Outlet at Wembley Park.
‘Hands-free’ shopping options have taken on a new relevance in a world dominated by anti-pandemic measures and McArthurGlen said it has launched a partnership with Dropit to offer hands-free shopping to visitors.
Shopping and leisure destination Wembley Park has launched an Open Space campaign to stress its status as a “safe” destination “with open spaces for visitors to enjoy while respecting social distancing”.
London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park has signed up another major name with Tommy Hilfiger to open its first UK kids' outlet at the mall. The 1,387 sq ft unit will offer a range of clothing, footwear and accessories.
Outlet malls are continuing to show their resilience across Europe as consumers flock to them and they attract top quality tenants. And London Designer Outlet has announced that Puma will open a 2,365 sq ft store there.