Men’s fashion chain opens doors at Mailbox shopping centre
THE latest retailer to join Birmingham boutique shopping mall the Mailbox has opened its doors.
Independent group Burrows & Hare has launched a new store in the city centre hub, selling men’s fashion, lifestyle and grooming products.
Brands featured in the store include Sunspel, Oliver Spencer and ABCL.
Azeem Ansari, director of Burrows & Hare, said: “While Birmingham may be called the Second City, we see it as the only place to be right now. With the broader investment and bigger companies looking at moving to the city, we couldn’t be happier to be joining at such an exciting time.
“We look forward to meeting our new customers at the Mailbox.”
David Pardoe, head of marketing at the Mailbox, added: “We know that our customers are interested in high-end menswear and lifestyle pieces and the opening of Burrows & Hare further cements our position as a must-visit destination for fashion and accessories here in the city. We have no doubt the store will prove hugely popular with our visitors.”
The Mailbox is also home to fashion names including Harvey Nichols, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein Underwear and Hugo Boss.
Meanwhile, high street retailer Marks & Spencer has announced its latest store opening in Birmingham.
The company will launch a Foodhall at the new Selly Oak Shopping Park on October 24.
It becomes the latest retailer to commit to the new retail park being built on site of the former Battery Park near Queen Elizabeth Hospital which has already seen a Wilko, Next and Greggs among those to open during September.
The new M&S Foodhall will be led by store manager Hannah James alongside a team of 43 staff.
Ms James, who has worked at M&S more than ten years, said: “My team and I are really excited about our new store in Selly Oak. We’ll be working hard to provide outstanding service for the community.”