John Ryan is Group Stores Editor across Drapers and Retail Week
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What rising rents and increased online shopping mean for London’s traditional flagships.
Specialist football etailer Pro-Direct is hoping its first physical presence, just off Carnaby Street, will prove to be a game changer.
Shopwatch: Heathrow terminal 2Subscription
Heathrow T2 opened this month, and its upmarket retail offer won’t disappoint those who buy before they fly.
Visual Merchandising: Using shop tacticsSubscription
Getting customers in the mood to spend requires more than just having the right stock - a store’s design can clinch the deal.
Shopwatch: Diesel Black GoldSubscription
Diesel’s upmarket, minimalist sub-brand has opened its first store, which is worlds apart from its parent’s jeans-stuffed shops.
Shopwatch: International round-upSubscription
The green shoots of recovery mean store openings are picking up pace and big-name retailers are spreading their wings.
EuroShop 2014: Visual merchandisingSubscription
The triennial EuroShop show unveiled the latest store design and retail innovations.
Scotch & Soda, Carnaby StreetSubscription
The Dutch young fashion brand has made a foray into central London with its latest store, but does it manage to differentiate itself from the competition?
M&S accessories, Pantheon, Oxford StreetSubscription
M&S’s rejuvenated store represents a departure from the retailer’s standard format.
F&F, Tesco Extra, WatfordSubscription
Can the supermarket’s fashion offer entice shoppers away from the baked beans at its much-vaunted new store?