Kurt Geiger is expanding its retail wings.
The British retail giant said today it will open a new branded store at Heathrow Airport’s Terminal 4 on Saturday. The footwear giant, which was bought late last year by European private equity firm Cinven, already has stores at the airport’s Terminal 3 and Terminal 5.
The new door is expected to carry shoes from the company’s own women’s and men’s label, as well as for luxury brands such as Aquazzura, Gianvito Rossi and Salvatore Ferragamo.
“We are delighted to welcome Kurt Geiger to Terminal 4,” said Heathrow retail director Jonathan Coen. “Our Terminal 3 and 5 Kurt Geiger stores have been increasingly popular since they arrived and we are pleased to be bringing this great fashion brand to even more Heathrow passengers.”
Kurt Geiger creative director Rebecca Farrar-Hockley worked on the new store’s designs, which include neon signage above the entrance and lacquered stacked cubes. In addition, the store features a consultation bar for handbags and small leather goods.
“As someone who is constantly in transit, finding the perfect bag that is stylish and has everything you need is key,” Karlie Kloss said in a statement. “The Kurt Geiger ‘Penelope Hobo’ bag fits my lifestyle whether I’m going from boxing classes to coding classes or hopping on a plane.”
Kloss stars in the retailer’s spring 2016 advertising campaign.
The campaign features the model in a sports bra and soccer socks, cycling in heels and posing with boxing gloves and dumbbells.