A luxury women’s fashion brand will open a new boutique in McArthurGlen Designer Outlet West Midlands next month. A Paul Costelloe store arrives at the Cannock-based complex, located about an hour’s drive from Derby.
Named after the famous Irish designer who founded the brand in 1979, the store will offer fashion, handbags, homeware, jewelery and eyewear when it welcomes its first customers in June. It will join sportswear brand Champion and jewelers Chapelle to open at the sprawling £160million complex this year.
This weekend, the Moda shoe brand in Pelle opened its new boutique in the designer village. The Yorkshire-based brand, which combines “British sophistication with Italian craftsmanship”, welcomed its first customers on Saturday May 14.
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The mall opened on April 12, 2021, the first day non-essential retail businesses could reopen after the third nationwide coronavirus lockdown. Other stores already open in the designer store include Adidas, Fred Perry, Hugo Boss, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, Coach, Radley, Le Creuset and Yankee Candle.
David Jackson, director of the center McArthurGlen Designer Outlet West Midlandssaid, “We are really excited to announce all the latest news from the center for the next few months as the center continues to grow.”
There is of course also a designer shopping center in South Normanton, Derbyshire, where a new Haribo store opened at the end of last year. In March The Barkery, by Frenchie Frenchie, which sells a wide range of dog treats, opened in the centre, located just off the M1 and A38.
British women’s accessories brand Radley London expanded into a larger store in the South Normanton shopping complex in mid-January.