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Premier Retail 1-6
Written by Roma Publications

This Month in Premier Retail 1-6

Welcome to Premier Retail – the premier construction tool for the retail industry.

In this month’s issue we preview the Retail Design Expo; we discuss the latest arrivals at Hackney Walk; and we take a look at a number of projects shortlisted for the Retail Week Interiors Awards 2016, including SugarSin.

Retail Design Expo is the specialist retail design and branding event from Legend Exhibitions, bringing together the very finest exponents of retail design, visual merchandising, branding and in-store experience. Showcasing solutions from designers, architects, shopfitters and specialist contractors, Retail Design Expo includes a full programme of conferences and seminars and will take place between the 8th & 9th May 2017.

Meanwhile, exciting fashion district, Hackney Walk has signed a collection of new retail labels as it continues to become a rival to designer outlet Bicester Village. Hackney Walk is London’s first luxury discount fashion outlet district which combines fashion retail, commercial office and studio space for global and UK fashion brands. New additions include UGG, Gieves & Hawkes, Colombo, MATCHESFASHION.COM, Folli Follie and Nike, amongst others.

And finally, SugarSin has arrived in Covent Garden. Born from a lifelong passion for all things sweet, all packed with love, shine and excitement, SugarSin is a colourful treat haven. The store showcases high gloss tables, glass jars and the largest selection of Swedish sweets in London.

Co-Founder of SugarSin Anna Nilsson, told Premier Retail:

“We’ve been running SugarSin for 5 years and it’s been an amazing journey so far. It’s such a joy to see our customers’ happy faces when they walk into our little candy heaven. We feel that our new store is a beginning of something very big and we are so excited to see where it will take us.”

With all this and much more inside, please join us as we explore the projects which continue to shape the retail sector.


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