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Tommy Hilfiger to open largest UK store

Luxury label Tommy Hilfiger will open its largest UK flagship in Knightsbridge later this year.

The store on Brompton Road will open its doors on November 24 and will be the brand’s third largest store in Europe.

The 8,288 sq ft store will cover two floors and will be decked out with polished walnut fixtures and oak flooring. On the ground floor the men’s Runway, Sportswear and Hilfiger Denim collections will be stocked along with the Tailored line, which will make its UK debut.

The first floor will showcase women’s Runway and Sportswear collections as well as kidswear. Women’s Hilfiger Denim will be situated in a separate room.

Fred Gehring, global chief executive officer of Tommy Hilfiger, said: “The opening provides us with another fantastic opportunity to position the brand in an impressive retail environment. London is one of the world’s leading cities in retail and Brompton Road offers a unique blend of luxury and more accessible retail, making it the perfect location for our brand. Given the momentum of our business in the UK, this is a natural evolution to deliver on our strategy to have a flagship store in all of the capital cities of Europe.”

There are more than 1,000 Tommy Hilfiger stores worldwide including stores in New York, Paris, Milan, Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Barcelona, Vienna, Hong Kong and Buenos Aires.

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