Independent retailer, Burrows & Hare has officially opened its doors at the Mailbox

 

Burrows & Hare is an independent family run business that presents Mailbox customers with the best in men’s fashion, lifestyle and grooming, for a new generation of discerning gentleman. Their lifestyle philosophy is buy less but buy better quality goods, to strive towards reducing waste, pollution and misconduct against labour force - be it in a small way, it honours the craft and product itself.

With impressive brands such as Sunspel, Oliver Spencer and A.B.C.L, Burrows & Hare believe through classic styling, quality materials and meticulous finishing, each stocked product becomes timeless, making it a modern classic.

Winner of the Best New Retailer category in the Drapers Independent Awards 2018, Burrows & Hare bolsters the centre’s impressive existing retail offering including international names such as Emporio Armani, BOSS, Paul Smith and Harvey Nichols’ 45,000 sq ft flagship store.

Commenting on the launch, David Pardoe, head of marketing, retail and tenant engagement at the Mailbox said: “We know that our customers are interested in high end menswear and lifestyle pieces, and the opening of Burrows & Hare today further cements our position as a must-visit destination for fashion and accessories here in the city. We have no doubt the store will prove hugely popular with our visitors.”

Azeem Ansari, director of Burrows & Hare said:

“Whilst Birmingham may be called the second city, we see it as the only place to be right now. With the broader investment and bigger companies looking at moving to the city, we couldn’t be happier to be joining at such an exciting time. We look forward to meeting our new customers at the Mailbox.”

The Mailbox is also home to fashion brands including Harvey Nichols’ 45,000 sq ft flagship store, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein Underwear, BOSS, Emporio Armani, Paul Smith, L.K. Bennett, Gieves & Hawkes, Daniel Footwear, and English Brands. Customers can also find a range of furniture and interiors retailers such as Heal’s, MADE.COM, Bo Concept, Wesley Barrell, Calligaris, iLite, Kitchen Gallery SieMatic and Harvey Jones Kitchens, as well as Ribble Cycle’s first flagship showroom, The Wedding Club, Fine & Country, a luxury Everyman Cinema, Malmaison, AC Hotels and the Mailbox’s popular canalside bars and restaurants.

Nash Bond and GVA are leasing agents for the Mailbox.

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