Tommy Hilfiger has chosen Aberdeen’s Union Square as the location for its first store in North-East Scotland.
One of the world’s leading designer lifestyle brands, Tommy Hilfiger, is to open at Hammerson’s flagship destination Union Square, Aberdeen, in what will be a regional first for the brand.
It comes as the fashion giant confirmed it will also be opening a store at Silverburn, in Glasgow.
The 2,167 sq ft Union Square store will stock the Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2021 menswear, womenswear and accessories collections.
It is expected there will be 14 new jobs created as part of the opening.
Tommy Hilfiger’s Silverburn store is due to open in-line with Scotland’s timing for non-essential retail restrictions lifting on 26 April, while the Union Square store is expected to open a couple of weeks later.
Ryan Manson, General Manager at Union Square, said: “It’s been a really tough year for everyone in the city, so it’s great to have some good news to share.
“Tommy Hilfiger is a brand with truly global appeal, so I am sure it will be a great addition to our line-up at Union Square.
“Together with the opening at Silverburn, today’s announcement also shows that the strongest destinations can still attract brands.”
He added: “We can’t wait to welcome all our customers, as well as our brands, back to the centre very soon.”