Grosvenor announces that Russell & Bromley, the UK premium footwear and handbag brand, will launch a new 3,000 square foot site on South John Street, its first in Liverpool.
Scheduled to open this spring, the new Russell & Bromley store will feature the brand’s extensive collection of luxury shoes and handbags for women and men. The new Liverpool ONE unit will also showcase its new contemporary store format reflecting the brand’s luxury offering, offering an engaging customer journey that allows for the perfect conservation of its artisanal products in a premium setting.
Alison Clegg, Managing Director, Asset Management, Grosvenor, commented: “Liverpool ONE’s tenant mix strategy is based on a deep understanding of our visitors, their preferences and spending trends; and the introduction of Russell & Bromley is a direct reflection of this. Their signing is a good start to 2022, and the brand is indicative of the quality of the operator looking to make his home at Liverpool ONE to share our success.
Andrew Bromley, CEO of Russell & Bromley, added: “We are delighted to have secured this key location at Liverpool ONE to further strengthen our national presence. It is a high-quality destination with a great reputation and a unique appeal that attracts consumers from across the region. We look forward to joining the Liverpool ONE community and welcoming new customers (and existing customers) online to experience the Russell & Bromley brand in store and our exciting new collection for the upcoming Spring / Summer season.
The signing of Russell & Bromley follows a very successful year for Liverpool ONE, with 37 brands, totaling 280,000 square feet, signed, opened or renewed during the year. Highlights included Tessuti, Bershka, OMEGA, Castore, Rituals, Gym + Coffee, Escape Live, Gordan Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen, Bean Coffee, Maggie Fu and Mamasan. In addition, new and existing occupants invested £ 11.5million in their Liverpool ONE stores and restaurants in 2021.
Metis and CBRE acted for Liverpool ONE. Russell & Bromley acted internally.