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TM Lewin and Fiorelli opens in the London Designer Outlet in Wembley

PUBLISHED: 13:17 31 May 2016 | UPDATED: 13:18 31 May 2016

The new Florelli store in LDO (Pic: Twitter@londonoutlet)

The new Florelli store in LDO (Pic: Twitter@londonoutlet)

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Handbag and clothing fans are in for a treat with the opening of two new stores in Wembley Park.

The new Florelli store in LDO (Pic: Twitter@londonoutlet)The new Florelli store in LDO (Pic: Twitter@londonoutlet)

TM Lewin and Fiorelli are the latest names add to shops inside the London Designer Outlet in Wembley Park Boulevard.

TM Lewin, a world-famous Jermyn Street brand, will sell discounted men and women’s tailored clothing alongside shirts, suits, casual wear and accessories while Fiorelli will appeal to handbag and accessories lovers.

All the retail shops in the 350,000sq ft centre offer discounts of up to 70 per cent off prices (30 per cent minimum) and shoppers can also enjoy a meal at 20 eateries or catch a movie at the nine-screen Cineworld.

The two household names are the latest signing for LDO following recent openings of Jack Willis, Ernest Jones, Levi’s, Sony and Franklin & Marshall.

LDO is in Wembley Park (Pic credit:  © London Designer Outlet)LDO is in Wembley Park (Pic credit: © London Designer Outlet)

Sue Shepherd, LDO centre manager, said: “We’re confident that our guests will enjoy having this popular British brand as part of the experience LDO provides.”

For more information about LDO visit londondesigneroutlet.com.

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