Wembley Park’s London Designer Outlet (LDO) celebrated its impressive 10th birthday today.
The celebrations began at 10am with a showcase of local talent, including musicians from the Brent community and the acclaimed London International Gospel Choir.
Guests, including LDO staff, local influencers, and investors, set the stage for a month-long celebration, featuring family entertainment during Half Term and Halloween.
Michelle D’Vaz Plant, Head of Marketing at London Designer Outlet, shared her excitement, stating, “We are absolutely thrilled to celebrate a decade of London Designer Outlet’s incredible journey.
“This celebration is a heartfelt tribute to our loyal patrons, the vibrant Brent community, and all the contributors to our resounding success.
“We wholeheartedly invite everyone to join us in commemorating this milestone and to savour the incredible musical talents that will grace this event.”
In addition to the anniversary festivities, LDO announced the upcoming addition of HUGO BOSS to its high-end brand lineup in November.
Matt Slade, Retail Director at Quintain, highlighted LDO’s significance, saying, “LDO is more than just a shopping destination; it’s the pulse of a vibrant community shaping this area’s transformation.”
Drawing over 3 million visitors annually, LDO’s success is evident, not just in its brand offerings, but in the exceptional shopping experience it provides.
With globally recognised brands and impressive discounts, LDO continues to set new standards in retail excellence in London.
Since its opening in October 2013 as part of the Wembley Park transformation, London Designer Outlet (LDO) has grown into a bustling hub with 70 restaurants, coffee shops, and outlet stores.
LDO boasts a diverse range of high street brands, including Guess, Calvin Klein, Nike, and Levi’s, offering year-round discounts of up to 70% off retail prices.