Clothing chain Brooks Brothers revealed on Monday it will reopen its store at One Liberty Plaza in lower Manhattan on Wednesday - a year after the store was wrecked by the collapse of the World Trade Centre.

The two-level, 16,000 square foot store, which originally opened in 1976, will complement its other New York City stores including its flagship outlet at Madison Avenue & 44th Street and at Fifth Avenue & 53rd Street.

President and CEO, Claudio Del Vecchio, said: "We are very proud of the fact that we are able to return to our store at Liberty Plaza and to support and be a part of the redevelopment of lower Manhattan. We have many loyal customers who we believe will return to the store and help with the economic revitalisation of the area."