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Oliver Sweeney to open in London's Leadenhall Market

Premium men’s footwear and apparel brand Oliver Sweeney will open its seventh UK store in Leadenhall Market, City of London, on 19 September.

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Oliver Sweeney autumn 16

Oliver Sweeney’s autumn 16 collection

The 350 sq ft shop at 41-42 Bull’s Head Passage will stock an edited selection of its footwear, outerwear, clothing and accessories. It will have the same shop fit as its recently refurbished Conduit Street store.

Oliver Sweeney, which was founded as a footwear brand in 1989 and has more than 90 wholesale stockists in the UK, launched clothing for autumn 16.

The store at 5 Conduit Street reopened at the end of last month after a week-long refit, giving it a “modern gentlemen’s club feel”.

The retail space has been extended to 650 sq ft to house the new clothing offer, as well as shoes and accessories. 

Its other stores are on Henrietta Street in Covent Garden, Bishopsgate in the City of London, Marylebone High Street and, outside of the capital, in Victoria Quarter, Leeds, and Spinningfields in Manchester.

There are currently no plans to open more stores.

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