Posts Tagged ‘UK’
Lacoste store in Regent Street is a fusion of ’50s retro-style and Lacoste heritage. Widely thought to represent the first time a brand name was displayed on the outside of an article of clothing, the signature crocodile of Lacoste has its history on the tennis courts. Explore Lacoste in London (UK).
Notcutts created a customer journey that conceptually mirrors the journey through a large country home. The centre features a restaurant, The Kitchen, as well as a separate food department. Discover Notcutts Tunbridge Wells in Pembury (UK).
Furniture etailer Made.com opened an interactive showroom with a unique user experience. Shoppers will be able to browse the online retailers’ full online selection ‘virtually’ through full-scale projections in a number of room set-ups. Visitors can place orders in-store using iMac stations and can also use handheld CloudTags tablets to browse product information. Discover MADE in London (UK).
In the Fragrance Lab at Selfridges London one enters a one-of-a-kind profiling experience and leave with your own signature scent that represents the essence of who you are. A groundbreaking new way to explore fragrance at Selfridges in London (UK).
The restaurant in Notcutts Wheatcroft is inspired by street-food stalls. A pair of reconditioned Citroën H vans feature, each van individually branded and themed around a different type of cuisine’. This was part of a refurbishment programme where also the home, gift and seasonal departments were redeveloped. Visit Notcutts Wheatcroft in Nottingham (UK).
Barber & Parlour combines grooming options for men and women, with a space to eat, drink, shop and relax. Set over three floors this is literally a house of fun. Explore Barber & Parlour in London (UK).
The store showcases House of Hackney’s interiors range together with their full clothing range. House of Hackney was founded in London in 2010 by Javvy M Royle and Frieda Gormley who were on a quest to emphasis quality, design and Made in England. The store stands out against the prevailing trend for whitewashed minimalism with dark painted furniture, Victorian-inspired tiled flooring and, of course, their signature prints. Visit House of Hackney in Shoreditch London (UK).
This is a cross between a tea-importer’s warehouse, a factory and a homewares store. All is black, with the product standing out thanks to brightly-coloured packaging lit by overhead spotlights. This kind of environment would normally be associated with designer wares, yet little that is on offer here is expensive. T2’s London store sells a unique range of tea blends, both loose leaf and bagged, as well as any tea accessory you could possibly need. Visit T2 in London (UK).
B1866 is the first ever store from British heritage brand Brooks England. The London flagship store name represents the year the brand was established in the UK. The store houses the full Brooks England saddle and accessory collection, selling over 50 saddles. A range of cycle bags are also stocked and include the Pickwick backpack and the Piccadilly leather knapsack, available in all colours. Discover B1866 in London (UK).
Delvaux, armed with only the best leathers, stellar production values and a new store concept, which embraces its heritage looks to the future. The designers wanted to build on – the surprise, the idea of the unexpected, the twist. It starts from something that is in a way traditional, but then is kind of flopped around completely to create something a little bit surprising and even strange. Discover Delvaux in London (UK).