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Drapers Top 100 2016 – 35. Stacey Cartwright, chief executive, Harvey Nichols

Stacey cartwright

Stacey cartwright

Stacey Cartwright has spent 2016 refurbishing Harvey Nichols’ Knightsbridge flagship store. Far from just a facelift, the extensive work is a complete restructuring of its London home from the basement up.

Cartwright cut the ribbon on Harvey Nichols’ new-look menswear department in April, unveiling 28,000 sq ft of space housing more than 270 brands, including 50 new names. It also features a cafe, barber shop and pop-up shop space, which has hosted collaborations with culture website Hypebeast and Copenhagen fashion trade show CIFF.

The ground-floor beauty, jewellery and accessories areas were then completely remodelled.

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