Lowry Outlet announces Next as major fashion signing

Lowry Outlet has revealed fashion retail giant Next as its latest signing. The store is set to open in early November 2015 at what is Manchester’s only outlet complex, located in the heart of MediaCityUK.

Next has selected Lowry Outlet as the location for what will be its second Next Outlet store in Manchester. The 11,000sq.ft store will offer womenswear, menswear and childrenswear, as well as a Lipsy concession. Joining its collection of 80 other retailers, the new Next Outlet will offer savings of up to 70% off RRP all year round.

Speaking about the new signing, Leasing Director Adrian Wright comments, “Next will be a very exciting addition to Lowry Outlet, with a beautifully fitted new store offering leading fashion from one of Britain’s favourite retailers. The outlet has seen its footfall figures rising year on year and with the arrival of Next, we hope to welcome many more shoppers through our doors”.

A Next spokesperson said, “We are delighted to be opening this new store in the prime retail location of Lowry Outlet. We’ll be able to offer a huge variety of products to our customers at discounted prices”.

Next will join other fashion outlets including M&S, Gap, AX Paris and Clarks, with shoppers also discovering brands including Molton Brown, Yankee Candle and The Body Shop.

The waterside shopping and leisure complex boasts 80 stores, restaurants and cafes, and a huge selection of fashion, gifts and homeware, plus an on-site multi-screen Vue Cinema. A food court seating 400, seven Plaza restaurants and an on-site Virgin Active Gym adds to the leisure mix.

Open seven days a week, Lowry Outlet is located at the heart of MediaCityUK Manchester with some 15,000 workers employed onsite at the purpose built creative, media and technological hub that houses companies such as BBC, ITV, SIS, Salford University and Coronation Street. Lowry Outlet is owned and operated by Peel Outlets, a division of The Peel Group.

To find out more, visit www.lowryoutlet.co.uk

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