Inspite of the ongoing nationwide lockdown, the fifteen,295 sq ft retailer is scheduled to open up in 14 April at the 5 Valleys Buying Centre in Stroud, Gloucestershire. The procuring centre is at the moment becoming renovated by South Yorkshire property firm, Dransfield Homes.
The shopfit has been modelled on buildings in New York’s Meatpacking District.
The new retailer will inventory men’s and women’s dress in manufacturers including Barbour, Max Mara, Ugg, Tommy Hilfiger and Jacob Cohen, as properly as handbags, add-ons, footwear and engineering.
It will also provide fragrance and skincare, in addition to upcycled home furnishings and homeware from Notting Hill boutique Bella’s Long gone Residence.
The Stroud retailer will be Sandersons’ third, pursuing its Sheffield flagship retailer, opened in 2016, and its Morpeth retailer, which opened in 2019.
Sandersons chief executive Mark Dransfield claimed: “We will be employing area people today to serve the community and our