This will be the first shopping centre store for the Dublin-born designer, whose collection of homeware, womenswear, accessories is now a worldwide brand.
The pop-up will run for six months, taking a 2,074sq ft store in mall five, alongside fashion brands Jigsaw, All Saints, Hobbs and Reiss.
Brent Cross Shopping Centre is owned by Hammerson and Standard Life Investments. It is home to 120 stores including Fenwick, John Lewis, Mark & Spencer, Lakeland, The White Company, Anthropologie, DUKA Kitchen Life and Rituals.
Standard Life Investments head of UK retail Ed Jenkins commented: “This letting demonstrates the continued draw of Brent Cross for leading retailers, particularly for international brands like Orla Kiely looking to expand their presence in the UK.
Hammerson UK commercial director Iain Mitchell added: “We’re delighted to welcome Orla Kiely’s debut store to Brent Cross. This is an exciting addition to the centre’s retail offer.”
Brent Cross shopping centre in north London