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In pictures: Harrods H Beauty opens in the Metrocentre

Harrods opens its fifth H Beauty store in The Metrocentre
// Harrods opens the doors to H Beauty in Gateshead’s Metrocentre
// The high-end department store opened its first H Beauty at Lakeside shopping centre in Essex in September 2020

Harrods has  opened the doors to H Beauty at the Metrocentre, Gateshead, which is the luxury department store‘s fifth standalone beauty store.

The 30,203 sq ft space brings together a range of products from different beauty brands and has been described by Harrods as an “experiential playground”, where beauty novices and experts can discover new cosmetics through a curated offering.

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READ MORE: In pictures: Harrods opens its fourth H Beauty store in Bristol

The Gateshead launch follows store openings at Lakeside in Essex, the centre:mk in Milton Keynes, St James Quarter in Edinburgh, and most recently Cribbs Causeway in Bristol.

Harrods director of beauty Annalise Fard said: “The launch of our fifth H beauty store in Gateshead, marks another incredible milestone for Harrods. The expansion of our stand-alone H beauty stores showcases our commitment to bringing elevated retail beauty shopping experiences to communities outside of London.”

Fard added: “As a leading authority in beauty and luxury, we have carefully curated an extensive portfolio of brands and products tailored to suit the local customer, and are proud to bring the magic of Harrods Beauty to local communities across the UK.

“Our commitment to bringing the best in beauty to Gateshead is reflected in the breadth of beauty brands, products and services available in store.”

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