Footwear retailer Oliver Sweeney this week opened a new-look flagship on Regent Street.

The store, which is its first since being bought out of administration, is a relocation of its Bond Street flagship. It includes designs from architect Urban Salon and an antique art installation by graphic designer Antony Burrill.

The business was bought out of administration in June by footwear supplier Tim Cooper and Amery Capital, the fund set up by former Marks & Spencer director Maurice Helfgott. Helfgott said he was not repositioning the brand, but beginning to introduce more casual lines.

Oliver Sweeney now has three standalone stores and a concession in Harvey Nichols.