McArthurGlen Designer Outlet West Midlands has unveiled the first string of brands lined up for the new £160m development when it opens in early 2021.
Tommy Hilfiger, Guess, Calvin Klein, Ted Baker, Reiss and Kurt Geiger are among the first designer labels to be revealed for the centre, with sportswear giant Adidas and French cookware brand Le Creuset joining the line-up of international names.
Coffeehouse Starbucks and Asian-inspired restaurant Wagamama are the first to be announced as part of the centre’s mix of food and beverage (F&B) brands.
The full collection of fashion, lifestyle and F&B stores will be announced later in the year once the final stages of construction near completion on the landmark shopping destination, which will span 285,000 sq. ft. over two phases.
Tom Miklausic, UK leasing director for McArthurGlen said: “As with all McArthurGlen designer outlets around the world, our West Midlands centre will provide customers with the finest shopping experiences, bringing together the world’s most-loved brands to offer exceptional choice and value. Not only that, it also presents an exciting opportunity to continue growing our mutual business with our brand partners, with some six million shoppers living within an hour’s drive of the centre.”