The retailer trialled a small temporary store at the Livingstone centre last year, but has now signed a longer-term lease for a permanent Cruise Clearance shop. It will feature a full shopfit in line with the rest of its stores.
The shop joins the likes of Aquascutum, Karen Millen, Armani Collections and Gap at the McArthurGlen centre.
Glasgow-based Cruise has 18 high street stores, including shops under the Limeys fascia and three Hugo Boss franchises. Its first Hugo Boss franchise store opened in Edinburgh several years ago but was followed by stores in Newcastle and Aberdeen this year.
Kurt Geiger has opened its first retail park outlet store at McArthurGlen’s Ashford centre in Kent, selling the Kurt Geiger, KG and Carvela brands. The retailer opened the permanent shop after a short-term trial.
And Ted Baker has also joined the McArthurGlen portfolio after launching its first standalone store in Wales at McArthurGlen Bridgend.
McArthurGlen has seven retail park centres in the UK, selling designer brands at discount prices.