Luxury perfume house Penhaligon’s set for Leeds debut

Luxury British perfume brand Penhaligon’s has been confirmed as the latest retailer to join Victoria Quarter, Leeds. This will be the first Penhaligon’s store in the city, and is due to open in the autumn.


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Spreading over 115 square metres, the store will showcase the perfume house’s full range of innovative fragrances. Established in the late 19th Century, the company still creates fragrances based on the recipes of its founder William Penhaligon, who became Court Barber and Perfumer to Queen Victoria. 

“Penhaligon’s is the perfect addition to Victoria Leeds, which is already home to a range of luxury brands. With its rich British heritage, the brand is highly complementary to the tenant mix and its debut is sure to be well received by the city and wider region,” said Iain Mitchell, UK Commercial Director.

The label’s arrival in the city follows a year of important milestones for Leeds, including the opening of luxury shopping destination Victoria Gate in October 2016, bringing a flagship John Lewis to the city, as well as Aspinal of London, Neom Organics and T2 amongst others.

Both Victoria Gate and Victoria Quarter belong to Hammerson’s Victoria Leeds estate.

Housed in a Grade II listed building, Victoria Quarter is anchored by Harvey Nichols and is home to brands such as Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, Vivienne Westwood and Reiss

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