London’s St Pancras International train station has signed on a raft of new high-end retailers, including Chanel, Calvin Klein and Ted Baker.
Kikki K, Petit Bateau, Ishmash and Joe the Juice are also set to open at London’s only international train terminal, bolstering a retail line-up that includes John Lewis, Fortnum & Mason, Whistles and Aspinal of London.
In June, Chanel’s 570sq ft boutique will open in the station’s Arcade, while Calvin Klein, Ted Baker and Joe and the Juice will all open their 700-800sq ft stores in early summer.
Petit Bateau, Ismash and Kikki K will also open in the summer, with the latter set to move into a unit occupied by Oliver Bonas.
Oliver Bonas will then move to a larger 1200sq ft store in another part of the station.
“We see these new openings as a massive vote of confidence in the continued success of St Pancras International as a leading retail destination,” said Wendy Spinks, commercial director of HS1 Ltd, the company that owns and operates St Pancras International.
“The addition of these retailers complements our existing offer perfectly, giving commuters, tourists and people who live and work locally to St Pancras a convenient place to shop, treat themselves and buy gifts, every day.”
St Pancras will celebrate its 150th anniversary in 2018.