Founded in 2008 by Robert Freese, DPUS Designer Outlet is a high-end fashion outlet based in Shoreditch, East London (Shop 13, Elys Yard, The Old Truman Brewery, London E1 6QR). After hopping around the area with various pop-ups they’re now in a permanent space and are already planning their third store after also recently opening in Brighton. The business concept is simple: they sell some of the industry's leading designer brands and regularly receive the most up-to-date collections, selling them at significant discounted prices (usually between 10% and 60%). These designer brands include some of the world's most established fashion houses, including Stone Island, Moncler, Prada, Gucci, Burberry, Vivienne Westwood, and Valentino, to more contemporary designer brands such as Canada Goose, Phillip Plein, C.P. Company and Kenzo.
You can also shop DP-US Designer Outlet luxury fashion deals at designerpopupstore.com, but in a recent interview with Robert Freese (be sure to read this on Monday), he explained how it is very important to have a physical brick and mortar
location for people's reassurance when selling designer labels for less. Online customers who are new to the website might naturally question the authenticity of the stock they're looking at, but once they’ve experienced the store first-hand, they instantly know everything is legit, and are then comfortable buying.
DP-US Designer Outlet was born in the 90s as a result of years of discovering hidden treasures in discount designer outlets throughout Europe. Robert was inspired and decided to bring the outlet concept back to London. From factory and showroom samples, to previous season's collections, they have sourced their own hidden treasures for you to discover. With a network of agents based all over the world who are working with agencies, distributors, brands and high-end retailers, they retail both men’s and women’s clothing to sell at discounted prices. They also host one-off sales in Mayfair, Chelsea and are the biggest stand at London Fashion Weekend Festival which has attendances of over 30,000 people.