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Police opens second store in Scotland

Italian accessories brand Police has opened a new location at Scotland’s Caledonia Park designer village. Situated next to Hugo Boss and Radley, the 1,500 square foot… View Article

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Police opens second store in Scotland

Italian accessories brand Police has opened a new location at Scotland’s Caledonia Park designer village.

Situated next to Hugo Boss and Radley, the 1,500 square foot space stocks the brand’s full range of lifestyle and apparel products. including the Police x Lewis Hamilton eyewear range.

The Caledonia Park store is Police’s second in Scotland and marks a new expansion phase for the brand. The company has a presence in over 40 countries including China, Japan, India and South Africa.

Zaid Moosa, retail operations manager of Police, said “Opening our second location in Scotland within a destination that is centered around enhancing the shopping experience of consumers is something we value very highly, and we are looking forward to the future at Caledonia Park. This marks a big step for Police’s brand journey, as we make a move to expand our retail presence in new regional destinations.” 

Police was founded in 1983 by the De Rigo brothers and has partnered with numerous celebrities over the years. In addition, products have been advertised by the likes of David Beckham, George Clooney and Antonio Banderas.

Caledonia Park saw its footfall rise by 2.4% in Scottish half term week compared to 2019.  It has also been boosted by a recent refurbishment programme and the addition of brands such as Dune London and Johnston’s of Elgin.

Matthew Howard, head of property asset management at Railpen, sajd: “Expanding our retail offer at Caledonia Park with another designer fashion brand, Police, is great news and it will be a great addition to the destination. In line with the recent opening of Dune London, Caledonia Park continues to offer choice and high-quality retail experiences for our visitors.

“With Caledonia Park’s increasing trading figures and footfall, we are confident that the opening of Police will enhance our location, allowing more opportunity for our trusted visitors.”

  

 

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