Calvin Klein will be increasing the size of its current store by 87% to 6,576 sq ft. Set to open this autumn, the larger store will enable the brand to create a new kids’ section and expand on its current offering.
Lids, which specialises in licensed headwear and apparel, has upsized its store by 50% to 1,471 sq ft. Having opened in early August, the store features the retailer’s signature ‘Custom Zones’ which enable custom embroidery for clothing and accessories in-store.
Louisa Dalgleish, leasing director at Icon Outlet at The O2, added: “To have two internationally renowned brands undertake considerable upsizes, demonstrates their continued commitment to the destination and is a fantastic endorsement for Icon Outlet at The O2’s position as one of London’s most exciting retail destinations.”
The news follows Tommy Hilfiger’s reopening at the Icon Outlet, having renovated its previous store and upsizing by 110%.
Icon Outlet at The O2 is owned and operated by AEG and Crosstree Real Estate Partners, and is represented by KLM and CBRE2. Knight Frank represented Lids.