As one of the world’s most recognised lifestyle brands, the new store will offer the brand’s Fall (Ed: that’s Autumn to you and I) 2021 range of men’s and women’s apparel, footwear and accessories inspired by the exploration of nature.
The new 2,650 sq ft double-fronted store’s design will reflect the brand’s playful ‘Tommy on the Move’ concept, featuring stacked cardboard ‘moving boxes’, logo taping and neon signs against a clean, white backdrop with red, white and blue colour-block accents.
Tommy Hilfiger’s click & collect service will allow consumers to order product online at tommy.com and collect in the Cribbs Causeway store. In addition to providing an in-store ecommerce returns service, the new store will offer in-store shopping with at-home delivery; plus a find-in-store feature, enabling consumers to identify the nearest store, check stock levels and geo-locate any product.
The arrival of Tommy Hilfiger follows the opening of Ribble Cycles, ProCook, Therapie and the new Sky showroom, as well as Harrods’ announcement that The Mall will be its fourth UK H beauty showroom, reaffirming the centre’s status as the South West’s premier retail destination.
Simon Green, Portfolio Director at M&G Real Estate, said: “Our goal is to ensure that The Mall continues to attract leading fashion brands so that it remains an exciting and progressive place for all of our customers to visit. The arrival of Tommy Hilfiger helps strengthens our position as the premier shopping destination in the South West, especially coming off the back of recent lettings to a number of other popular high-end brands.
“As we continue to move out of the pandemic, we are delighted to see shoppers returning to The Mall. We look forward to sharing more exciting news about other new occupiers in the months to come as we continue to widen our base of occupiers, bringing in a diverse set of retailers alongside leisure and lifestyle operators, supported by a wide-ranging food and beverage offer.”
The Mall at Cribbs Causeway is home to 153 shops and restaurants. Employing more than 6,000 people from within a 20-mile radius, The Mall also serves both local and national businesses by providing a major regional hub for UK and international retailers.