New shopping centres are opening apace on the continent this year and into 2018. Drapers rounds up the developments to look out for.
Localisation and personalisation are the new buzzwords in experiential retail. Drapers examines the next generation of transient stores that leave a lasting memory.
Look inside: Joseph Cheaney in Covent GardenSubscription
Since he started at Joseph Cheaney in 2009, managing director William Church has been on a mission to open one store a year. Its seventh opened last month on Henrietta Street in Covent Garden.
How to give 18th-century stables a retail future Subscription
The stables of a once loss-making Scottish country estate have been transformed into a popular fashion and lifestyle destination thanks to a partnership between landowner Lord Damian Scott and former Avoca creative director Amanda Pratt.
Ralph Lauren has opened a new coffee shop and bar called Ralph’s Coffee & Bar
London’s West End may not feel like an oasis of calm for many shoppers, but Canadian athleisure brand Lululemon is doing its best to instil a sense of peace with the launch of its new Regent Street flagship.
European locations to watch in 2017Subscription
European cities still present a wealth of opportunity for expanding domestic and international fashion brands, despite ongoing Brexit uncertainty. Drapers takes a look at some of the key locations that should be on the radar for 2017
First look: Inside House of Fraser ChinaSubscription
Drapers visited House of Fraser’s first standalone store in China, in the city of Nanjing.
Shop trends to watch in 2017Subscription
We ask five leading interior design firms how the best store designs will drive trade in 2017.
Quirky footwear brand Irregular Choice has revamped its store on Carnaby Street in London.