Five more retail brands set up shop in city centre arcade

Shopping destination, Victoria Leeds, has strengthened its offering with the addition of five new retailers.

It has welcomed SOOK, North Home, Carl Stuart, Astrid and Miyu and also Pretty Green.

SOOK features a space which is regularly transformed to showcase a variety of retailers, creators, and service providers. Customers can expect a carousel of products, events and pop-up experiences.

The newly opened North Home introduces the city’s shoppers to Japandi design, a combination of Japanese and Scandinavian styles. The concept store has a sophisticated selection of tableware, sleek furniture, and stylish accessories.

Also new is Yorkshire-native Carl Stuart. With stores in Huddersfield, Ossett, and now Leeds, this Yorkshire-grown tailors specialises in quality business wear and made-to-measure special event tailoring.

Expressive jewellery and body art brand, Astrid and Miyu, has brought its first boutique outside of London to Victoria Quarter following success in New York. The store stocks a range of jewellery including its signature stacks and bespoke welded bracelets.

Returning to King Edward Street, Liam Gallagher’s Pretty Green is set to re-open this month. The brand reflects the interconnected relationship of music, culture and style with its menswear collection.

Jo Coburn, senior general manager at Victoria Leeds, said: “We are really excited to welcome such an array of unique and distinct retailers to Victoria Leeds.

“Each of our new additions truly reflects the progressive ethos of our destination and recognises the demand for quality products and experiences in Leeds.

“Our customers are looking for variety, quality and inspiring environments to spend time in, and our focus is to respond to this proactively by enhancing their experience and exceeding expectations.”