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Animal selects Caledonia Park for first UK outlet store

Coastal lifestyle brand Animal has opened its first UK outlet store at Scotland’s Caledonia Park. The brand has taken a 1,504 square foot unit adjacent to… View Article

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Animal selects Caledonia Park for first UK outlet store

Coastal lifestyle brand Animal has opened its first UK outlet store at Scotland’s Caledonia Park.

The brand has taken a 1,504 square foot unit adjacent to Skopes from where it sells a range of Animal’s most popular pieces, including menswear, womenswear, accessories and footwear.

Other brands with a presence at the Railpen operated premium outlet centre include the likes of Dune, Nike and Hugo Boss.

Matthew Howard, head of property asset management at Railpen, said: “Securing an outlet first for such a well-known and reputable brand elevates Caledonia Park’s offer to new heights and highlights Railpen’s ability to continually diversify the destination’s line-up. Last year, Caledonia Park signed the first outlet store for Johnston’s of Elgin following our extensive revitalisation of the scheme, and it’s great to see this momentum continuing and prompting other brands to make the same move.”

The Animal opening follows the recent addition of Police at Caledonia Park, which is the fashion accessory brand’s second outlet store in Scotland.

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