Luxury clothing, homeware and gift retailer, The White Company has opened its doors at Glasgow’s Silverburn. Occupying a 5,000 sq ft unit over ground and first floors, the new store will carry the full offer of home and dining, bed and bath, fragrance, daywear, lounge and sleepwear as well as The Little White Company.
Founded in 1994 by Chrissie Rucker as a mail order business, The White Company opened its first bricks and mortar store just off London’s Sloane Square in 2001. The company now boasts over 60 stores and concessions in the UK, as well as stores in the US and Ireland.
Sarah King, Director of Property at The White Company commented: “The White Company have been seeking additional representation in the Glasgow market and were excited by Eurofund Group’s plans for Silverburn. We are delighted to reach agreement on this new space for the brand and to be opening in time for Christmas.”
Alex Coffey, UK Commercial Director of Eurofund Group said: “Introducing The White Company to Silverburn acts as a benchmark moment for Eurofund Group’s future strategy, which is focused on bringing high-quality high-street retail to the centre, and delivering on the potential of Silverburn as a superior retail destination.”
James Godfrey, Partner at Culverwell acting for Eurofund Group added: “I am delighted to work with Eurofund Group to attract brands such as The White Company to Silverburn, to continue its position as one of Scotland’s most popular shopping centres.”