Tommy Hilfiger Shuts Down Bluewater Store, Employees Transferred to Nearby Locations

Tommy Hilfiger Shuts Down Bluewater Store, Employees Transferred to Nearby Locations

High-end designer brand Tommy Hilfiger has officially closed one of its retail locations. The shop, located in Bluewater Shopping Centre in Greenhithe near Dartford, served its last customers over the weekend. It is reported that some employees will be transferred to other nearby stores.

The closure of the Bluewater branch has been confirmed by Centre Director James Waugh. He expressed his regret for the closure and extended his sympathies to those affected by it. Waugh also stated that the shopping centre is constantly seeking new ways to provide a diverse and dynamic retail experience for its guests.

The company has not yet provided a reason for the closure, but it is speculated that the decision may have been due to a shift in the brand’s strategy. The nearest Tommy Hilfiger stores for Kent customers are now located in Lakeside Shopping Centre in Essex and the Designer Outlet in Ashford.

The Bluewater branch was situated in the lower guildhall next to Diesel and Monsoon. The closure of this prominent location is a loss for both the brand and the shopping centre.

Bluewater remains committed to providing a wide range of shops and restaurants for its guests. They are currently in talks with other brands to fill the vacant space left by Tommy Hilfiger. More details will be shared in the near future.

As a local journalist, it is always sad to see beloved stores close their doors. However, it is also exciting to anticipate the new opportunities and experiences that will come with the arrival of new brands in our community.

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