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Ralph Lauren, Dr. Martens, UGG, Cath Kidston, Dune, Joules and Karl Lagerfeld open at Ashford Designer Outlet

Seven new stores have opened at Ashford Designer Outlet this morning.

The new arrivals, including Dr. Martens, UGG, Dune, Joules and Karl Lagerfeld, welcomed their first customers into stores built within the shopping centre's £90 million extension.

Polo Ralph Lauren and Cath Kidston have moved from their existing stores into brand new retail units.

The popular designer clothing brand - which previously had two stores in the centre - has brought its men, women and children's range under one roof after moving into the centre's first ever two-storey shop.

The latest arrivals have joined YO! Sushi, Pret a Manger, Five Guys, Under Armour, Paul Costelloe, Zwilling and Lost Sheep Coffee in the newly-constructed extension.

Shopping centre chiefs are just weeks away from cutting the ribbon on the multi-million pound extension - as an official launch is planned for Thursday, November 7.

Several stores will open throughout the month, including Comptoir Libanais, Hugo Boss, Sandro, Maje, Reiss, Armani and Gant.

Comptoir Libanais is set to open this month
Comptoir Libanais is set to open this month

International coffee chain Starbucks - which already has a shop in Ashford town centre - will begin trading from the outlet centre's only standalone unit on Tuesday.

Haribo, Bedeck, Calendar Club and Tempur will join the centre in November.

International clothing and trainer brand PUMA - which was one of the stores at the Designer Outlet when it opened 20 years ago - is set to make a return next month.

More than 20 clothing and food and drink brands are yet to be announced.

New arrivals at Ashford Designer Outlet:

  1. Starbucks
  2. Armani
  3. Joules
  4. Dr. Martens
  5. UGG
  6. Reiss
  7. Karl Lagerfeld
  8. Sandro Paris
  9. GANT
  10. Bedeck
  11. Dune
  12. Haribo
  13. Puma
  14. Coach
  15. Cosmetic Company
  16. Tempur
  17. Maje
  18. Comptoir Libanais
  19. Polo Ralph Lauren
  20. Cath Kidston
  21. YO! Sushi
  22. Pret A Manger
  23. Five Guys
  24. Under Armour
  25. Paul Costelloe
  26. Zwilling
  27. Lost Sheep Coffee
  28. Calender Club
  29. Hugo Boss

A children's Garden of England themed play area - which cost centre bosses around £400,000 to construct - opened in May.

The 100,000 sq ft extension - one of Ashford Borough Council’s ‘Big 8’ - is expected to create 500 jobs.

As well as the new shops, 725 new car parking spaces and a £400,000 interactive children’s play area, which opened in May, have been added to the site.

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