Élan London, one of London’s most instagrammable cafés, has opened at 42 Hans Crescent, Knightsbridge. The latest opening on The Knightsbridge Estate, this is Élan's largest site to date at 325 sq m and boasts a new store concept. Élan London has worked alongside Holland Harvey Architects on all of its stores.
Tommy Hilfiger has re-opened its Premium concept store on Amsterdam’s Hoofstraat. The premises have undergone a dramatic evolution with the help of rpa:group, as part of a two-phase delivery of the progression of the retailer's Sportswear 16 concept. High-end fixtures and fittings are key features throughout the retail space, with hanging rails and shelving that are fully adaptable, to deliver flexible retail display solutions.
Luxury retailer Watches of Switzerland has unveiled a new flagship in New York City, located at 60 Greene Street, in the heart of the fashionable SoHo district. The Greene Street store is the first Watches of Switzerland showroom in New York City, and the second in its new USA portfolio, and has been designed by London-based design consultancy, CAPELO in collaboration with New York-based MNA.
Westfield London is hosting an immersive journey of taste, smell and touch, which takes visitors through a magical world inspired by Disney’s The Nutcracker and the Four Realms. Created by Bompas and Parr, guests can expect fun, frivolity and an experience like no other as they venture through The Land of Flowers, The Land of Snow and more as featured in the movie.
ICON Outlet, the new 19,509 sq m shopping destination at The O2 in Greenwich, has welcomed 12 more retailers to its line-up. Since launching in October, 12 new brands have opened including ASICS, Build-A-Bear Workshop, Radley London, Remus Uomo, Moss Bros., Lead + Ball, Sunglass Hut, Miss Sixty, Karen Millen, Scotch & Soda, and most recently Tommy Hilfiger and FatFace. Also opening later this month will be French Sole and OSPREY LONDON.
H&M has reopened its Hammersmith store at Kings Mall shopping centre. The 2,300 sq m store has been given a complete makeover, reopening with a brand new interior look and feel. The Hammersmith store contains a number of new services, including a Repair and Remake station, which encourages customers to keep garments for longer by mending H&M clothes without charge for H&M Club customers. The service station also offers embroidery personalisation, with customers able to personalise any suitable garment from just £3. H&M Hammersmith also contains a permanent florist shop-in-shop offering bouquets of seasonal blooms.