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Kurt Geiger Oxford Street Opens

British accessories brand, Kurt Geiger, launches its flagship store in the centre of London’s Oxford Street. Within the doors of the 2,916 sq. ft. space is a new concept envisioned by Kurt Geiger’s Chief Creative Officer Rebecca Farrar-Hockley and brought to life by architect Stefano Ripoli, formerly of David Collins Studio. Offset by cool concrete ceilings and walls, retained from the inherited (G-Star) interior, Kurt Geiger’s playful British spirit and love of colour is evident throughout the new store. Rainbow-hued glass, reminiscent of stained-glass windows, frame the spaces. Illuminated antique brass shelving and display cases with eccentrically fringed accents hosts the full range of accessories, footwear and gifting for men and women. The focal point of the floor is without...

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Neem London Adds Spitalfields Store

Following the success of its Piccadilly Arcade store in St James’s, which began as a pop-up and which is now permanent, menswear brand, Neem London is adding an additional store in East London’s Spitalfields. As with the existing store, the 10 Market Square location, on the edge of the historic Spitalfields Market, provides a showcase for other ecological brands. It houses installations of circular furniture, and everything in the store is being upcycled – there will be nothing wasted or thrown away.  The Neem+ Ecological Emporium will be housed in the 1,500 square ft space for at least four months, with the view of going permanent.  Named after the beautiful neem tree in India, famed for producing leaves with healing properties, the eponymous brand is designed as an antidote...

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