London could be the next stop for women's footwear concept Te Casan, which has already launched in New York. The 7,500 sq ft store on West Broadway showcases seven unknown designers who have worked for the likes of Dries van Noten, Vivienne Westwood and Ben Sherman. The designers are expected to produce one new style a week, and each style is limited to no more than 74 pairs, priced at about US$250 (£129). Founder and chief executive Yaron Kopel, a technology entrepreneur, plans to roll out 50 Te Casan stores overseas in the next five years - the company already has offices in Zurich, Barcelona and Amsterdam. The name is said to derive from Gaelic, meaning 'a woman's path'.