LK Bennett signs up to the London Designer Outlet in Wembley
Luxury fashion brand to be given 1,900 sq ft space
Luxury fashion brand LK Bennett has become the latest name to sign up to London’s first ever designer outlet in Wembley.
The leading British brand which offers shoes, clothing, handbags and accessories will open a branch in the London Designer Outlet in the heart of the Wembley City Development.
LK Bennett, which has 120 shops across the UK, Europe and the US, follows hot on the heels of US-based designer Max Studio, Guess and urban fashion brand Superdry, all of which have committed to taking space at the centre.
The store, renowned for its signature shoe collection, will occupy a 1900 sq ft unit on a 10 year lease.
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Phil Cottingham, Head of Retail at Quintain, who are heading up the Wembley City developments, said: “LK Bennett is one of Britain’s premier fashion brands boasting a strong international profile, and will therefore appeal to both the primary catchment and the thousands of tourists that visit Wembley every year.
“It is a great addition to the line-up at LDO and we are delighted to have them on board.”
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The anchor retailers include Nike, Gap, Clarks and Marks & Spencer, while restaurants including Prezzo, Handmade Burger Co, Las Iguanas will also be included.
The 350,000 sq ft centre will also include a new nine-screen Cineworld seating up to 1,800 people.