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Nike wins top fashion prize at Retail Interiors Awards

Nike scooped the award for best fashion retail interior of the year last night at the Retail Interiors Awards.

Nike won the award for its Nike ID concept, where shoppers can customise their own trainers, at the Nike Town store in London. The design was developed by consultancies HMKM, Emea brand design, Ingdesign and Nike.

Debenhams in Liverpool won the prize for best department store interior of the year by agency 2020 and its in-house team, while Marks & Spencer in Lisburn in Northern Ireland, won the award for best out of town store by agencies Fitch, Caulder Moore, Taggart, Graphic Thought Facility, LAPD Lighting and M&S.

The award for best small shop went to Oxfam in Westbourne Grove, London, by Creative Resource. All nominees in this category were fashion retailers.

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