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White City scheme fills up

Westfield London has signed a raft of stores for the launch of the White City development in west London on October 30.

Around 120 stores have signed up, with a further 120 at legal stages, according to developer Westfield.

Retailers including Reiss and Ted Baker will open in the scheme’s upmarket area, while G-Star and All Saints will occupy a young fashion zone. High street retailers Topshop and River Island have signed stores, and Inditex is in talks to open all five of its UK fascias: Zara, Bershka, Massimo Dutti, Pull and Bear and Zara Home.

Abercrombie & Fitch is also thought to be in talks to sign a store for its Hollister chain.

Other retailers that have been linked to the scheme’s luxury zone include Prada, Burberry, Church’s, Gucci and designer independent Matches’ diffusion store Spy.

Westfield head of leasing David Slade said the scheme was on track to open in October. “We could open in July half-full, but we want everyone to be trading.”

Westfield London: the signings
All Saints
Bench
Coast
Crocs
Debenhams
Etincelle
French Connection
Fred Perry
G-Star
HoF
Hugo Boss
Jane Norman
Jaeger
Karen Millen
Kurt Geiger
Lacoste
Levi’s
Louis Vuitton
M&S
Mango
Next
Oakley
Principles
Reiss
Republic
River Island
Ted Baker
Thomas Pink
Topshop
Uniqlo
Warehouse

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