Levi’s expands presence in Scotland
The US denim brand is launching at Silverburn in Glasgow this autumn.
By Isabella Griffiths
3 November 2016
US denim brand Levi’s is set to open a new store at Silverburn shopping centre in Glasgow this autumn.
The 389 m2 store will be the brand’s fourth in Scotland. Adjacent to Superdry and opposite Topshop, it was designed by an in house team and will feature men’s and women’s ranges plus a selection of accessories.
This launch follows the first anniversary last month of Silverburn’s £20 million leisure extension which includes 14 screen cinema with big brands such as Thaikhun, Carluccio’s, Chimichanga, Cosmo, Zizzi, TGI Friday’s, Five Guys, handmade burger Co., Pizza Hut and Nando’s.
Founded in 1853, Levi Strauss & Co. is one of the world’s largest apparel companies and operates more than 500 stores with a presence in 110 countries worldwide.
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