Frenchgate Shopping Centre to welcome New Look Men

New Look Men is opening a store at Frenchgate Shopping Centre in Doncaster. The 325 sq m store is due to open in March and will complement the existing 1,486 sq m ladies wear store.

This store launch marks the 21st site for the retailer's standalone menswear brand across the UK, with growth continuing at key locations. The Frenchgate store has been designed by an in-house agency to create a bespoke menswear focused store. 


'We are thrilled to welcome New Look Men to Frenchgate, where they will enhance and greatly strengthen the current menswear retail offer. It is a rapidly growing brand and their decision to launch at Frenchgate highlights its appeal as retail and leisure destination,' says Paul Devlin, asset manager of The Frenchgate Limited Partnership. 

Roger Wightman, chief creative officer at New Look, adds: 'Menswear is a key strategic priority for New Look, and the opening of menswear standalone stores represents a natural next step for us. We are very proud of the improvements made to our offer over the past two years; the opening of menswear standalone stores will allow us to more fully showcase the enhanced quality of our product ranges. Our menswear director, Christopher Englinde, joined us from H&M at the end of 2015, and as a business we are very excited about the prospects of future growth.'

Pictured is New Look Men at the Trafford Centre in Manchester.



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