Railpen, one of the largest pension managers in the UK, has announced globally recognised fashion brands, Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein have opened at Caledonia Park, Scotland’s premium designer outlet village.
Tommy Hilfiger has opened a 5,000 sq ft store at the centre, joining anchor brands such as Nike, adidas, and POLO by Ralph Lauren. Stocking menswear and womenswear defined by the brand’s Classic American Cool style and red, white and blue DNA, the new store’s interior includes a staple colour palette and wood furnishings, as designed by the in-house team. It marks the brand’s 15th outlet store in the UK.
Joining Tommy Hilfiger is fellow PVH brand, Calvin Klein, which has opened its 4,100 sq ft unit at the centre, adjacent to premium brands BOSS and Lindt. The new store showcases a variety of apparel ranging from jeans, seasonal coats and accessories, to loungewear and underwear. Calvin Klein at Caledonia Park marks the brand’s 16th store within its UK outlet portfolio, highlighting the continual appeal of outlet centres to leading international retailers.
Maria Averkina, Asset and Development Manager at Railpen, said: “A key part of our leasing strategy following the refurbishment of Caledonia Park is to deliver a strong collection of aspirational brands to the centre, and we are pleased to see this positive momentum continue as we celebrate the openings of Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein. These openings represent a significant endorsement for Caledonia Park, as well as its appeal to global retailers, and further bolsters our position as Scotland’s premium designer outlet village.”
The opening of Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein follows the news that Hobbs and Phase Eight will be opening a 1,112 sq ft unit later this month, which will mark Hobbs’ first Scottish outlet and Phase Eight’s second to date. They will join Caledonia Park’s raft of premium brands such as kate spade new york, Radley London, and Levi’s.
Johnstone Property Consultants and Time Retail Partners acted for Caledonia Park.