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Lifestyle Outlets Gloucester Welcomes British Accessories Brand, Radley London

Lifestyle Outlets Gloucester Welcomes British Accessories Brand, Radley London

Lifestyle Outlets Gloucester welcome Luxury British accessories brand Radley London this March, as the latest brand to join the scheme, Gloucester Quays, set in a stunning waterside location in the heart of the Cotswolds.

Julia Darlington, Chief Brand Officer of Radley explains, “This season’s collection continues to showcase the beautifully crafted, affordable and premium leather accessories that Radley London prides itself on, with updates to timeless multiway, cross body shapes and open top shoulder bag designs.

Radley is a great addition to the brands on offer at Lifestyle Outlets Gloucester and will be their 17th outlet in the UK, bringing a passion for crafting beautiful handbags and accessories that women love with a simple approach – to create the perfect combination of style on the outside and functionality on the inside. To achieve this they blend creative design, quality materials and immaculate craftsmanship, not forgetting plenty of personality to finish.

From London’s Camden Market in1998 – Radley London has become a globally recognised name, identified in an instant by the playful Scottie dog logo.

The new signing adds to Lifestyle Outlets Gloucester array of leading brands which now includes Hugo Boss, Cath Kidston, Jack Wills, All Saints, Joules, Calvin Klein, Ted Baker and adidas, and add further proof of its successful vision and strategy.

Lifestyle Outlets is defying the national retail trend with soaring sales and new store openings. The company has reported a 14% increase in sales, in contrast to slowing high street sales, which rose by only 0.6% according to the British Retail Consortium*.

Rachel Scott, Head of Leasing at Lifestyle Outlets, comments: “Lifestyle Outlets’ experience-led outlet shopping model is currently out-performing the wider retail market, and this is testament to our successful strategy for creating destinations where customers want to spend their time.

We combine outstanding customer experience with great brands, exciting leisure, amenities and entertainment – which has created a thriving destination at Gloucester Quays.
We’re thrilled that Radley is joining the strong line-up of brands at Gloucester Quays and hope to continue the success into 2019.

For more information, please visit www.lifestyleoutlets.co.uk or www.gloucesterquays.co.uk

ENDS
* Source: Independent.co.uk 09.01.18

NOTES TO EDITORS
Lifestyle Outlets currently has two operational outlets, attracting more than 11 million visitors in the last year and achieving 10% growth in sales. Lifestyle Outlet Manchester, located within MediaCityUK and Lifestyle Outlet Gloucester, situated in the City of Gloucester. There is a third site in development, Lifestyle Outlet Glasgow, which is located on the waterfront and adjacent to the West End of the city.

Lifestyle Outlet Manchester
Lowry Outlet is located within MediaCityUK, one of the largest commercial and residential developments in the UK. On Manchester’s waterfront, MediaCityUK is home to the BBC, ITV, Coronation Street, nearly 2000 students and over 25,000 office workers.

Lifestyle Outlet Gloucester
Gloucester Quays is a thriving £400m 60-acre development. Located in the City of Gloucester next to the historic docks, museums and Gloucester Cathedral, all within easy reach of the Cotswolds.

Lifestyle Outlet Glasgow
Glasgow Harbour will be located on a prime waterfront location overlooking the River Clyde and adjacent to the vibrant West End of the City and with direct access to the metro and overline railway. Overlooking the BBC and (SECC) site directly adjacent to the Riverside Museum.

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