The UK’s premium shopping centres - Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City - will be celebrating the Chinese New Year in 2020 with a range of limited-edition collections, bespoke product ranges, free gifts and exclusive offers for Chinese shoppers.
The festive season has arrived at Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City, the ultimate destinations in London for Christmas cheer, spellbinding entertainment and hassle-free shopping. From Christmas choir competitions to delicious festive feasts and exclusive offers, the centres have something
To celebrate the very best in beauty innovation, Westfield London will open the doors to a unique beauty experience store, byCircus, featuring 12 of the most cutting edge, online beauty and wellness brands in a physical shopping environment for the
Nextatlas, trend fore-sighting platform, is partnering with Westfield London to create The Trending Store, the first ever bricks-and-mortar fashion boutique selling only what is trending online in real time, using Nextatlas’ AI machine learning. The store will run from 3
Westfield London announces the arrival of four new independent, street food style eateries as part of its re-vamp of its Balcony Café Court. The move indicates that the popularity of small, sociable, independent restaurants shows no sign of slowing down
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield and Hearst today announced the return of fashion and beauty event ‘On Trend’ to Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City this September, bringing Cosmopolitan, ELLE and Esquire to life through unique experiences.
‘On Trend: Your new season edit’ promises live
New figures from Westfield London reveal a 30% growth in sales in homewares since 2008 and a 57% increase in the number of homewares stores in what is now Europe’s largest shopping centre.
Westfield London expects to welcome more international visitors than ever before through its doors this summer, as it unveils the latest exciting stage of its £600m expansion. Following positive growth in tourism figures in summer 2017, Westfield looks to open
The Entertainer, the fastest growing multichannel toy retailer in the UK, relaunches its global flagship store at Westfield London following a £700,000 refit, creating an immersive experience for children to enjoy.
The 4500 sq. ft store, which employs 19 people, has
Europe’s largest Japanese Food Hall – Ichiba – will open at Westfield London as part of the centre’s £600 million expansion, it was revealed today.
Colliers International has advised SEAT on the acquisition of its first London retail store, a 2,000sq ft unit at Westfield London, in Shepherd’s Bush.
This recent acquisition follows the brand’s launch of its first ever global store at Intu Lakeside, Essex
December rounds off an exceptionally busy year of demand for retail space at Westfield which brought the combined total of new openings, expansions and upgrades to almost 100 units across 440,127sq ft including major developments to the Village at Westfield
Westfield London today reveals latest plans to enhance the south-west corner of the centre, including a multi-million pound upgrade to Debenhams as it continues to invest in enhancing its retail offering in the centre. These developments come ahead of the
Shoppers at Westfield London, Shepherds Bush, can now pay for car parking with their smartphone through PayPal’s app. Visitors to the centre need never again rummage for coins or cards to pay for parking. It’s the first time people in
Westfield London is set to pilot Collect+ @Westfield on 27 January; a new click and collect service that allows the convenience of online purchases to be collected and tried on within a specially created service hub. The opportunity for shoppers to try on their
John Lewis is to open a four-level department store at the UK’s number one shopping centre, Westfield London, creating approximately 600 new jobs for London. The 230,000sq ft department store will be John Lewis’s first West London branch and will
Middle Eastern shoppers have flocked to the Westfield shopping centre in July 2011, according to the site’s operators. Retailers have reported an uplift in Middle Eastern customers mainly from Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates, including members