E Point Perfect
Shopping

In pictures: Inside Flannels 120,000 sq ft Liverpool mega-store


In pictures: Inside Flannels 120,000 sq ft Liverpool mega-store
// Flannels Liverpool opens, boasting three restaurants, a beauty edit, roof terrace and Barry’s Bootcamp
// Opening in autumn, the sixth floor will house three venues including a rooftop brasserie, an all-day dining space, and a pan-Asian restaurant

Flannels has opened the doors to its 120,000 sq ft Liverpool store, spanning over seven floors.

The flagship boasts a vast beauty hall, four food and beverage destinations, a world-first Barry’s Bootcamp, a ‘tweakments’ destination courtesy of celebrity-approved Dr. Esho, and a roof terrace with city views.

The luxury department store retailer promises to be “the UK’s leading destination for newluxury”, fusing retail and leisure under one roof, with a blend of brands, dining options, and in-house experiences.

Opening in autumn, the sixth floor will house three venues including a rooftop brasserie, an all-day dining space, and a pan-Asian restaurant


READ MORE: Flannels’ new Liverpool flagship store will house a Barry’s fitness studio inside


Michael Murray, Frasers Group’s Chief Executive said: “This is a milestone moment for our business. The scale, service proposition and brand offering to be discovered at Flannels Liverpool is truly in a league of its own – I can’t wait for our customers to see it.

“With the opening of each of these experience-orientated flagships, we’re doubling down on our commitment to ‘new luxury’, on our understanding of youth culture, and on the valued proposition we give to brands: access to untapped audiences.”

Click here to sign up to Retail Gazette‘s free daily email newsletter



Source link >

Related posts

Royal Warrants discontinued on 100 food and drink brands in wake of Her Majesty’s death

Naked Wines shares plummet as it warns of slower growth

Amazon to pause deliveries for Queen’s funeral

Report: Bad delivery experiences in UK threaten customer loyalty

Levi’s to grow store presence by 20%

M&S to ditch plastic hangers for underwear