International technical apparel brand Kit and Ace has launched on Monmouth Street in Seven Dials. The 157 sq m store marks the next step for the brand's growing presence in London.
Face and body art specialist Go Get Glitter has taken to the road with a complete rebrand and a new pop-up studio. The space was designed and developed by SFD for the festival season to showcase the new brand, utilising accents from its branding and logo.
Hermes Investment Management has launched a series of interactive art installations for the summer at centre:mk in Milton Keynes, with the aim to bring art to the local community in an unexpected space. The art installations opened on Saturday 16 July and will run until Sunday 24 July as part of IF: Milton Keynes International Festival 2016.
Yesterday (Thursday 21 July), Harvey Nichols in Knightsbridge opened the doors to its new Beauty Lounge, as part of renovation works of a new Beauty and Accessories department on the ground floor of the flagship. Following a 10 month refurbishment, the 1,207 sq m space features the retailer's new design concept, which moves away from the traditional branded shopfits and instead offers a more sophisticated and elegant interior akin to a luxury boutique.
Tribeca Holdings, represented jointly by Savills and Cushman & Wakefield, have announce four international retailers have taken space at Old Spitalfields Market in London. lululemon has leased a 696 sq m store in the market's flower building on Commercial Street, which will be the first in East London. Fashion brands Rag & Bone and Zadig & Voltaire have taken 186 sq m and 139 sq m units respectively, both of which are on Commercial Street and will be the brands' first at the market and within Shoreditch. All three stores will be open by Autumn 2016.