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Cricket is opening a flagship store at Liverpool One next year. Credit: via Aver PR

Cricket to open flagship at Liverpool One

The luxury fashion retailer will use its 21,000 sq ft shop on Peter’s Lane to showcase a new store design.

Set to open in early 2023, Cricket’s Liverpool One shop is taking over the former Flannel’s unit, near Beauty Bazaar Harvey Nichols. Flannels opened its new location at the Owen Owen Building in Liverpool earlier this year.

Cricket’s new flagship store will have three storeys filled with designer clothing, bags, shoes, and accessories. The store’s design is described as being a “more modern, luxurious, and immersive space” in a press release.

Cricket got its start in 1991 at Liverpool’s Cavern Walks and is known as a favourite shopping destination for famous footballer wives Coleen Rooney and Alex Gerrard.

“Cricket is the perfect addition to Liverpool One as part of our strategy to build our premium offer,” said Rob Deacon, senior asset manager at Liverpool One owner Grosvenor.

“The brand has a huge following nationally as well as across the North West, and will appeal to visitors with its unique selection of curated and exclusive fashion collections,” Deacon continued.

“It’s our pleasure to play a key part in the ongoing success of a fantastic local brand and we’re thrilled to be welcoming Cricket, introducing its new store design, to Liverpool One next year.”

Metis and CBRE acted for Liverpool One on the lease deal with Cricket.

Metis and CBRE have been busy filling up Liverpool One, coordinating leases and openings for new tenants Size?, Under Armour, Kick Game, Russell & Bromley, Tessuti, and Charlotte Tilbury.

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A great letting in Liverpool One for one of the city`s own brands, they were one of the trailblazers around Mathew Street along with the Wade-Smith store, being next to Harvey-Nicholls will be a good look.

By Anonymous

Will do well in Liverpool

By Anonymous

Some solid openings in recent months, be interesting what happens with the existing store. Same can be said of the M&S move to the old Debenhams unit.

By L17

Re the M&S move, this is due next April and so far we have heard nothing about any plans for the vacated premises, will Grosvenor take it on and market the frontage as a hotel? It`s a massive space and with the old GH Lee section underperforming you would think the City Council would have a strategy for this and the Williamson Square area.

By Anonymous

I don’t like Cricket, I love it!

By Liverpool Fresh Sea Air

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