The Vintage Store signs for largest location to date at Liverpool ONE
Grosvenor has announced the signing of The Vintage Store, the leading vintage clothing retailer, at Liverpool ONE. Set to open at the end of May, the Liverpool ONE site will be The Vintage Store’s largest to date, occupying a 12,000 sq ft space.
The store will feature the brand’s signature collection of affordable vintage clothing, including popular sportswear retailers Adidas, Nike and Champion. Alongside its extensive range of casualwear, a unique collection of items from coveted designer brands such as Ralph Lauren and Burberry will also be on offer. With sustainability at its core, The Vintage Store was borne out of a drive to reuse, recycle and rework preloved clothes.
Alison Clegg, Managing Director, Asset Management, Grosvenor, commented: “The Vintage Store is the perfect fit for Liverpool ONE. Its position as a sustainability-focused operator reiterates Liverpool ONE’s ambition to be a centre for environmentally conscious and responsible brands. We look forward to becoming the home of The Vintage Store’s largest location to date and anticipate the local community being equally excited to have affordable, vintage fashion on its doorstep.”
Phil Waltham, The Vintage Store, added, “Liverpool’s fashion, music and indie scene is one that I’ve always admired and it’s this rich tapestry that establishes the city as the perfect cultural setting for The Vintage Store. Liverpool ONE is a prime destination which offers the opportunity to undertake our biggest expansion yet and we look forward to increasing accessibility to sustainable fashion and introducing our unique vintage clothing collection to Liverpool.”
With established stores in Newcastle, Sheffield, York and Hull, The Vintage Store continues to expand its influence across key Northern locations with the latest opening in Liverpool. As a 100% sustainable high street brand, the retailer is founded on the belief that shopping habits need to be remoulded into a cyclical format and that re-selling second-hand clothing is at the core of this change.
The signing of The Vintage Store follows the announcements of Russell & Bromley opening on South John Street and the signing of Inditex’s fourth fashion brand Stradivarius, at Liverpool ONE.
CBRE and Metis acted for Liverpool ONE. Robinson Webster acted for The Vintage Store.
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