Five more names sign up to the London Designer Outlet in Wembley

PUBLISHED: 13:44 08 October 2013 | UPDATED: 13:44 08 October 2013

London Designer Outlet will open its doors on October 24 (Pic credit: Jan Nevill)

London Designer Outlet will open its doors on October 24 (Pic credit: Jan Nevill)


Shoppers preparing to be dazzled by the launch of the London Designer Outlet in Wembley will be able to by some shades at the latest store to sign up – Sunglasses Hut.

Other shops that will open in LDO

Adidas, Bags ETC, Brasilian Barbeque, Bhavi Beauty, Cabana, Caffè Nero, Chaboba, Cineworld, Clarks,

Coast to Coast, Costa Coffee, Denby, Frankie & Benny’s, Gap, Guess, Handmade Burger Co, Jimmy’s, Las Iguanas, Lindt, LK Bennett, Nando’s, Pizza Express, M&S, Nike, Pret, Prezzo, Skechers, Superdry, Starbucks, TGI Fridays, Tog 24, Villeroy & Boch, Viners, Wagamama and Zizzi

Today it has been announced that the sunglasses retailer, running shoes and sports apparel brands Asics and Onitsuka Tiger and shoe retailers Pavers and Daniel Footwear will all open a branch in the 350,000 sq ft centre.

LDO will open on October 24 and plans to offer discounts of up to 70 per cent of fashion and homeware retail prices.

In addition a string of eateries and a Cineworld cinema boasting nine-screens will also be within the centre.

The Pavers store will be its 100th opening and to celebrate this milestone the brand’s founder, Catherine Paver, along with her son Stuart MD of Pavers, will be present on its first day of trading.

James Saunders, chief operating officer of Quintain, the company that manages LDO, said: “These last few weeks have been incredibly exciting with so many fantastic brands securing their space at London Designer Outlet before we open to the public.”

The launch of LDO will also mark the completion of the first phase of the major new £3.4billion, 85-acre regeneration Wembley Park development, which was formally known as Wembley City, being created by Quintain.

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