Luxury retailer Flannels has opened its debut store in Scotland at Silverburn Shopping Centre in Glasgow. Boasting a minimal interior, the store showcases Flannels’ extensive range of men’s and women’s designer clothing, footwear and accessories. It also stocks a number of international brands including Stone Island, C.P. Company, Kenzo, Hugo Boss, Y-3, Vivienne Westwood MAN, Versace Jeans, McQ Alexander McQueen, Moschino, Theory, Coach and more.
French inspired restaurant, Côte Brasserie has opened one of its largest sites at Trinity Leeds. The 371 sq m restaurant is located on the upper level of the shopping and leisure destination, overlooking the centre's galleried atrium space.
New York fashion house Coach will open its first store in the south east at Bluewater in Kent this September. The new 162 sq m store will be located on the Lower Guildhall and will feature authentic, modern, luxury and bespoke fittings to showcase the full range of men's and women's products.
centre:mk in Milton Keynes has welcomed the UK's first Electric Vehicle Experience Centre, in partnership with Chargemaster. The EV Centre will unlock the true potential of electric vehicle ownership for consumers, to educate and inspire shoppers.
Selfridges Oxford Street has opened a live music venue in response to the increased closure of music venues. As part of the retailer's summer Music Matters campaign, The Ultralounge is Selfridges’ response to the continuing challenge emerging music acts, unable to pay for expensive venues, face when seeking to perform live on stage to hone their craft.
Restaurant chain Subway is rolling out the Subway Fresh Forward design, transforming the guest experience. The new store concept is a distinctive and welcoming restaurant space that highlights an amplified guest experience surrounding its fresh ingredients. The bright colour palette is inspired by fresh vegetables.