Friday 2nd November 2018

Queensberry has announced that HUGO BOSS is expanding the existing HUGO Store in to the former Carluccios unit at Metquarter, Liverpool. The extention will include a brand new fit-out and will give the BOSS Store a total of 10,500 sq ft of space further strengthening the fashion offer at Metquarter.

The new-look store, expected to be reopen in March 2019, will feature a refined interior concept and will provide a perfect showcase for the full range of premium BOSS collections, including ready-to-wear, shoes and accessories.

Throughout the store, matter and fabric surfaces will contrast with high-gloss and mirrored materials as well as elegant crystal chandeliers. The overall effect will be of a refined, discerning space with a classic, modern feel as the design embraces the harmony between lines, shapes and colours.

BOSS, the German premium fashion brand from HUGO BOSS Group, offers sophisticated, modern collections focused on quality and design. It's sharp cuts and clean lines in tailored, casual and athleisure collections have won the brand a loyal following the world over.

Stuart Harris, Commercial Director, Queensberry, commented:

BOSS expanding in the former Carluccios space gives us a great fashion anchor at the front of the centre. We have a really exciting and transformative 12 months ahead for Metquarter with Kids Cavern opening in the next few weeks, Everyman in December, BOSS and a fantastic fashion boutique taking the former Armani Exchange unit opening in Spring next year. We have also now agreed terms with a premium food hall operator to take 16,000 sq ft of space, housing 10 food kitchensrepresenting a range of cuisines operated by local and regional chefs. These deals totalling nearly 70,000 sq ft will give breathe new life in to Metquarter giving it a new identity that is both representative of Liverpool whilst showcasing some of the best international and British fashion brands."

The Metquarter is located in the heart of Liverpool city centre adjacent to Cavern Walks within the Castle Street conservation area close to the main prime shopping streets of Liverpool.