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New stores open at Ingolstadt Village

Home to over 100 stores, Bavaria’s Ingolstadt Village continues to attract discerning shoppers with a taste for designer labels and an eye for a deal. Ingolstadt Village is ideally located a mere hour’s drive outside Munich, on the shores of the Danube. This year the outlet welcomes a new roster of high-profile fashion players to its already stellar line-up. Read on to find out more about the brands soon to become your firm favourites

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A label found among the cream of classic Italian menswear, Boggi is a perfect fit for Ingolstadt Village. Stylish gentlemen can opt for cashmere sweaters in springtime shades or a leather biker jacket to awaken their inner James Dean.

One of Germany’s heritage jewellers has recently become a diamond in Ingolstadt Village’s crown. This year, marvel at the opulent surroundings of the new Christ boutique. Choose jewel-studded earrings, fine gold bracelets and intricate cocktail rings to accent new-season eveningwear. If timepieces are more of a draw, snap up a sleek dress watch with crocodile-skin strap or a high-tech chrome chronograph. This year Christ celebrates its 150th anniversary, so there’s no better time to shop here.

Ben Sherman
In 2013 Ben Sherman celebrates 50 years of shaping British style. The brand, which rose to fame in the 1960s, has been creating menswear inspired by popular music since its outset. Choose from Ben Sherman’s signature polo-inspired button-down shirts in black, red or blue check. For a polished look, pair with simple cream chinos, a tweed blazer and grey suede ankle boots, or dress the shirt down by combining it with stonewashed jeans and nubuck loafers.

Once you’ve rejuvenated your wardrobe, it’s time to revitalise your body with a selection of luxurious beauty products from Rituals. Try the Magic Touch cream, which is just as enchanting as it sounds.

Opening times
Mon-Sat: 10am-8pm, Sun and public holidays: closed

Contact details
Ingolstadt Village, Otto-Hahn-Strasse 1, 85055 Ingolstadt, +49 (0)841 886 3100

How to get there
By train: Ingolstadt has a central train station with an InterCity train connection and is the main hub for trains running to Munich, Nuremburg, Augsburg, Ulm and Regensburg. There are regular connecting coach services to Ingolstadt Village from Ingolstadt-Nord station and Ingolstadt central station. Every Saturday Ingolstadt Village also offers a free shuttle service from Ingolstadt Central Station to the outlet.

By bus: From Munich Airport, take the Ingolstadt Airport Express to Ingolstadt Village. From Ingolstadt Central Station, take bus line 10 or 11 to ZOB/Harderstrasse, then change to line 20.

By car: Ingolstadt Village is ideally located just off the A9 motorway. From Munich, take the A9 autobahn to junction Ingolstadt-Nord (exit 61), direction Ingolstadt-Ost, and from the exit follow the signs to Ingolstadt Village.

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