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Mailbox attracts retail and restaurant heavyweights
Published:  01 September, 2016

Paul Smith and Tomís Kitchen the latest high profile names to join the The Mailbox in Birmingham.

Paul Smith Birmingham will stock Paul Smith collections for men and women from a 1,634-sq ft unit overlookng the Mailboxís Urban Room. The new store will open in Autumn 2016.

Tomís Kitchen Birmingham, founded by one of the UKís most acclaimed and inspirational chefs, Tom Aikens, will open as a restaurant, bar and deli at the Mailbox in December.

As the first UK Tomís Kitchen venture outside of London, the 3,624 sq ft Tomís Kitchen Birmingham will offer all-day dining, seven days a week, and will serve British favourites and comfort food classics in a relaxed and informal setting. There will also be a range of private and semi-private spaces, for parties and events.

Simon Samuels, partner at Brockton Capital, joint owners of the Mailbox, said, ďOur strategy for the Mailbox has been to bring world-class names to Birmingham, curating an exciting retail mix complimented by a high quality and innovative food and beverage offer.Ē

The latest names will sit alongside Harvey Nicholís 45,000-sq ft flagship store, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein Underwear, Boss, Armani Collezioni, LK Bennett and Gieves & Hawkes, in addition to Castle Fine Arts, Kitchen Gallery, Everyman Cinema, Malmaison, AC Hotels and the Mailboxís popular canalside bars and restaurants.