Roubaix, a town of art, history and dedication to fashion:
Roubaix Designer Outlet is another long established McArthurGlen designer discount outlet mall in France which opened its doors in 1999. Situated in the heart of Roubaix, along an attractive pedestrianised walkway, Roubaix Designer Outlet is the highlight of the town’s redevelopment scheme with a metro stop on-site.
Like Troyes, Roubaix has a proud textile past which has been carried on into the present times. The town has created a centre of excellence in fashion and textile creation. It has a Fashion District which is home to fashion creators (clothing and accessories) and decoration, all of whom work together on economic project basis. In this Fashion District, boutiques and workshops are rented to creators at reduced rates.
Roubaix Designer Outlet is home to over 60 stores. Here you’ll find 130 top fashion names, including Calvin Klein Underwear, Cerruti 1881, Comptoir des Cotonniers, Façonnable, Geox, Kipling, Adidas, Lacoste, Lee Cooper, Manoukian, McGregor, Mexx, Morgan, Nitya, Petit Bateau, Reebok, River Woods, Salamander, Samsonite, Swarovski, Ventilo, Von Dutch and Zadig & Voltaire, at highly discounted price all year round . Roubaix has yet another big discount outlet – L’Usine which has more than 200 brands.
This is very much a shopping destination. If you’re here in early December, there is a Fashion Market where you can discover original fashion creations and decoration by their designers.
The French Government has awarded Roubaix a special heritage status. Nearby attractions include the Museum of Art & Industry housed in a former Art Deco swimming pool and the Manufacture des Flandres, an interactive textile museum housed in the buildings of a weaving works, as well as some of the most well-known fashion design schools in the country. And, Lille is only 15 km away – a town with interesting historic Flemish identity and lots of shops and interesting markets.
Set in the heart of Roubaix, McArthurGlen’s Roubaix Designer Outlet is well situated to capture the Lille metropolitan and Belgian markets, including Brussels, Gent, Bruges and Anvers. It is one of Europe’s most accessible shopping destinations with a metro stop on-site, tramway and bus stations nearby, and the A1 motorway just minutes away. Roubaix Designer Outlet is 15 km from Lille and the Belgian border and 110 km from Brussels. Eurostar frequently have offers from London to Lille so a weekend of sightseeing and shopping is easy to do.
From Lille take line 2 of the metro towards CH Dron, get off at Eurotéléport. The Eurotéléport is just in front of the outlet.
The stations of Lille-Europe and Lille-Flandres are located in the centre of the city are served by the major TGV lines. Roubaix is approximately 1h30 from Paris and Brussels and approximately 1h50 from London by Eurostar. From Lille take Line 2 of the metro for C.H.Dron and get off at Roubaix Eurotéléport.
From Paris – Get on A1 in the direction of Lille, then A22, followed by N227. Exit 11 then N 356. Exit 10, Roubaix-Autres Quartiers.
From Dunkerque – Get on A25 in the direction of Lille. Exit 7 for N352, then N356. Exit 10, Roubaix-Autres Quartiers.
From Valenciennes – Get on A23 in the direction of Lille. Exit N227, then A22. Exit 11 then N 356. Exit 10, Roubaix-Autres Quartiers.
From Courtrai – E17/A14 in the direction of Lille, then E17/A22. Exit 13a/13b (Dir. Roubaix, Wasquehal, Croix), then N356. Exit 10, Roubaix-Autres Quartiers.
E17/A14 in the direction of Lille, then E403/A17 dir. Tournai/Paris. Exit N58 then N512 (Dir. Roubaix, Dottignies, Herseaux) then follow the sign to Roubaix/Centre town and arrows to McArthurGlen.
From Tournai – E42/A8 in the direction of Lille, then E403/A17 Dir. Roubaix. Exit N511 (Dir. Roubaix, Wattrelos, Estaimpuis), then follow sign to Roubaix/town centre and arrows to McArthurGlen.
On leaving Exit 10, Roubaix-Autres Quartiers, follow the arrow signs to the town centre, then McArthurGlen.
44 Mail de Lannoy
Tel: +33 (0) 3 28 33 36 10
Mon – Sat 10:00 – 19:00
Sun – Closed (Except on occasional Sundays and bank holidays)