This Month in Premier Retail 2-1
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In this month’s issue we throw the spotlight on Design 4 Retail; we take a look at an array of exciting projects for Lush; and we highlight a relocation for Oliver Bonas.
Design4Retail is a retail design practice, delivering a range of services from full interiors, concessions and branded spaces to pop-ups, events, VM, graphics, branding and POP. Premier Retail recently caught up with the company’s Head of Marketing, Charlotte Walsh to talk about D4R’s most significant projects and challenges. Charlotte gave us an insight into Design4Retail, including the company’s involvement in Too Faced – which is also featured in this issue.
Meanwhile, Lush currently operates in 49 countries with 932 shops, 38 websites shipping worldwide and a global network of native apps, broadcasting channels and digital communities in over 30 languages. In 2015, Lush opened its largest store in London to act as its flagship and since then it has continued to expand in both the UK and abroad. The last 12 months in particular have been significant for the brand’s retail presence with openings and relocations in major European cities. In this month’s issue, Premier Retail takes a look at a number of stores, including Cardiff, Milan and Rome, amongst others.
And finally, independent British lifestyle retailer Oliver Bonas has relocated within St Pancras Station to a new site. The new store is more spacious and boasts an edited stock package across fashion, homeware and gifts. The new store can be found at Unit 16a in St Pancras Station. The brand’s in-house design team have designed and curated the space from store layout to bespoke fixtures and fittings unique to the shop. Work on the new site started towards the end of March 2017 and was completed at the beginning of May.
With all this and much more inside, please join us as we explore the projects which continue to shape the retail sector.