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Tommy Hilfiger opens store at Dublin’s Blanchardstown Centre – TheIndustry.fashion

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Tommy Hilfiger has opened a new 2,600 sq ft store on level 2 of the Blanchardstown Centre in Dublin, next to the recently opened Calvin Klein Jeans store.

The new store, which has been signed on a 10-year lease, is offering the brand’s menswear, womenswear, footwear and accessories. It has clearly defined in-store shopping areas, such as ‘The Jean’, ‘The Chino’, ‘The Knit’ and ‘The Polo’.

Sharon Walsh, Leasing Director at Falcon AM, asset managers for Blanchardstown Centre, said: “We are delighted to welcome Tommy Hilfiger to the centre. This is an iconic brand and the perfect addition to our growing fashion offer here at Blanchardstown – following recent signings by Calvin Klein and Flannels, amongst others.

“Demand for Tommy Hilfiger’s offer is strong here and we have every confidence the store will thrive. Our shoppers have been eagerly anticipating the opening.”

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Blanchardstown Centre is Dublin’s largest retail and leisure destination, covering over 1.1 million sq ft. The centre attracts high visitor numbers from Dublin and surrounding counties, with an annual footfall of over 16 million.

The centre has also benefitted from an extension and an extensive refurbishment process over the last three years – including a full mall upgrade – with further spend planned.

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Walsh added: “Here at Blanchardstown, demand for high quality retail space remains strong and we are seeing good interest from brands – both local and international. We look forward to announcing more new signings in the months ahead, which will keep our offer fresh and compelling for guests.”

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