John Smedley has opened its third standalone store in Marylebone, London, with a focus on womenswear. Whilst aligned with the brand’s Jermyn Street flagship store, the interior has a softer, lighter design and features considered details that represent John Smedley’s
dedication to British craftsmanship, alongside new features that have been designed with the female consumer in mind creating an enhanced boutique environment.
With Christmas on the horizon, notonthehighstreet is opening two festive pop-ups in London. The first, located at Waterloo Station, has opened today and will run until 22 November. The second will be located at Westfield London in the North Atrium on the ground floor, and will run from 3 December - 24 December.
German beauty retailer Douglas has refreshed the retail space at its Frankfurt flagship. Designed by Sheridan&Co, the redesigned store spans five floors, and has been renovated and launched in phases, representing a new strategy for the upmarket brand to rejuvenate its brand identity. Built by Schweitzer Project, the redesigned store has helped make the brand relevant to the modern consumer, as well as to create an emotionally-led and immersive retail experience that allows customers to connect deeply with the products in store.
Google Pixel 3 is creating a hub of discovery on Regent Street on 15 November - 16 December 2018, which will incorporate five weeks of workshops, talks, podcasts, food, music and much more to keep Londoners and visitors alike entertained. Inspired by key features on the new Google Pixel 3 – such as Top Shot, Group Selfie Cam and Google Lens – Google’s Curiosity Rooms will house an array of experiences over three floors to encourage imagination.
In celebration of G-SHOCK’s 35th anniversary, the brand has collaborated with virtual act, Gorillaz. The collaboration launches a collection of limited edition new watches, designed specifically with band members 2D, Murdoc Niccals, Noodle, and Russel Hobbs in mind. The brand's Carnaby Street flagship has been taken over by the collaboration.
A Development Agreement has been signed between Transport for London (TfL) and the GHS Limited Partnership (GHS) to build a 12,068 sq m mixed use scheme above Bond Street station’s eastern entrance at Hanover Square. The eight-storey development will comprise 12,068 sq m of office space and 213 sq m of ground floor retail space. Plans are in place for 12 major developments above and around the new Elizabeth line stations and construction sites. In total, the development plans cover more than 278,709 sq m of office, retail and residential space between Paddington in the west and Woolwich in the east.