Westfield, the world’s largest shopping centre owner, has signed up five retailers at its Westfield London shopping centre.
Retailers Deichmann, Bebe Bisou, Foot Asylum, Wheels of Sport and Birings will open between now and May.
Deichmann, Europe’s largest footwear retailer, has signed up for 5,108 sq ft store on the first floor near New Look’s flagship store.
Bebe Bisou, a luxury children’s fashion retailer, has signed up for a 3,031 sq ft store on the ground floor and joins other childrenswear brands including Adams Kids, Pumpkin Patch, Adams, POP, Early Learning, The Entertainer, Russell+Bromley Kids and Vincent Shoes.
Casualwear, footwear and clothing retailer Foot Asylum, which sells brands including Gio Goi, K Swiss and Onitsuka Tiger, will take a 2,987 sq ft store on the ground floor.
Wheels of Sport, selling F1 merchandise and memorabilia, will take a 1,236 sq ft store on the first floor and finally newsagent Birings will take a 338 sq ft store on the first floor.
Paul Buttigieg, general manager at Westfield London, said: ‘The addition of these retailers will further broaden the offer at Westfield London and underscores the fantastic retail mix we have attracted to the centre.’
Westfield London has seen the closure of a handful of retailers and restaurants since opening due to administration or poor sales.
But more than forty new stores have opened for trade since the launch four months ago due to late arrivals, delay in fitting out shops and some retailers signing up later than others. Retailers that have opened since the offical launch in October include CK Jeans, Kathmandu and Parchment.