Nike Rise: New concept store to open in Trinity Leeds in former Victoria's Secret shop

A new Nike Rise concept store is to open in Trinity Leeds next year, it has been announced.

The American sportswear giant is taking over a 10,000 sq ft space on the ground floor of the shopping centre.

The store was previously occupied by Victoria’s Secret, which closed in January.

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No confirmed opening date has yet been given for the Nike Rise store, but it is expected to open in 2024.

A new Nike Rise store will be opening in LeedsA new Nike Rise store will be opening in Leeds
A new Nike Rise store will be opening in Leeds

It follows openings of Nike Rise stores in London and Birmingham after the concept proved popular in Asia.

A spokesperson said: “The Nike Rise store in Leeds aims to enhance shopping experiences through innovative digital experiences and services that enliven the sport pulse of the city, including a digitally powered Footwear Fastlane which shares footwear product stories, benefits and technical information, Nike by You personalisation – allowing shoppers to customize new Nike products and a bra and leggings destination, helping female athletes find her right fit.”

Steven Foster, Centre Director at Trinity Leeds, said: “We’re proud to welcome Nike Rise to Trinity Leeds, giving guests the chance to experience something new and exciting that they won’t be able to find anywhere else in the region.

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“It speaks volumes that such an iconic international brand has chosen Trinity Leeds, demonstrating the strength of the centre – and the city – as a go-to retail destination.

“Following in the footsteps of other big names including Zara, as well as new arrivals Lounge and Build-A-Bear, Trinity Leeds continues to attract global retailers to the city.”

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