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Ikea to open ‘city centre’ concept in London

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe Ikea’s $5.8 billion initiative to open smaller format “city centre” stores to get closer to shoppers in dense urban areas is landing in London. Ingka Centres, Ikea’s retail real estate arm, has purchased Kings Mall Shopping Centre in the Hammersmith neighborhood of West London for …

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Ikea to open ‘city centre’ concept in London

Get great content like this right in your inbox. Subscribe Ikea’s $5.8 billion initiative to open smaller format “city centre” stores to get closer to shoppers in dense urban areas is landing in London. Ingka Centres, Ikea’s retail real estate arm, has purchased Kings Mall Shopping Centre in the Hammersmith neighborhood of West London for …

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Ikea buys west London shopping mall for £170m in city centre push | Business

Ikea has bought a shopping centre in west London for £170m and is understood to be looking for more malls in the UK as it makes the most of bargain prices in the crisis-hit retail property market. Hammersmith’s Kings Mall, which opened in 1980 and has 40 shops including H&M, Primark, Sainsbury’s and Wilko, is …

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SIRPLUS introduces its menswear range to London’s Kings Road

Henry Hales started SIRPLUS in 2010, after discovering a niche opportunity in the men’s boxer shorts market. While strolling down London’s Jermyn Street, world renowned for shirt-making and tailoring, he noticed that there was a large surplus of fabric in the shirt-making process.  “I realised there was a lot of wasted high quality fabric and …

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‘I only buy second hand’: rain and climate crisis deter Boxing Day shoppers | Business

In drizzly Manchester, the traditional shopping streets looked half-dead, shunned by shoppers in the post-Christmas murk. King Street, home to luxury brands including DKNY, Belstaff and Liam Gallagher’s Pretty Green, was all but deserted in late morning, as anxious shop assistants peered out, wondering when – or if – the rush would come. St Ann’s …

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R.W. Wolf acquires third London salon

Artisan barber and gentleman salon, R.W. Wolf, is bringing its male grooming treatments and a renowned team of barbers to a third site, based in Knightsbridge, as it continues to expand across the capital. R.W. Wolf, which has over 150 years of hair cutting heritage, was secured as a tenant for its latest 1,200 sq …

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Nespresso to open new self-service boutique at London Bridge Station

Nespresso is set to open a new self-service boutique at London Bridge Station, allowing customers to purchase the full range of Original and Vertuo coffees, machines and accessories – as well as drop off used capsules for recycling – during their daily commute.  The new boutique will open its doors to the public in early January …

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Toy story: Hamleys hopes revamp will boost its fortunes | Life and style

Fake snow is falling and a hyperactive elf is hopping around on the pavement, geeing up the crowd pressed against the windows of Hamleys toy store, which is filled with a Christmas scene of sledding Beanie Babies. “It’s an institution,” says Tamara Maddrell, an Australian tourist trying to restrain her young sons, who each have …

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Fortnum & Mason reports bumper year despite Hong Kong protests | Business

Upmarket department store Fortnum & Mason has reported another year of bumper sales and profits but said its new Hong Kong store had been hit by the pro-democracy protests. Its chief executive Ewan Venters said sales in the territory were running at only half the level expected since it opened its doors last week but …

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