All Store of the week articles – Page 9

  • Illy, Sao Paulo

    Illy, Sao Paulo


    In the popular imagination, Brazil’s famous for a few things with samba, caipirinhas, a very large river and maybe Copacabana beach being among them.

  • Weekday in Berlin’s Mitte district

    Weekday, Mitte, Berlin


    Weekday in Berlin’s Mitte district stands as an example of why this part of the German capital is always worth a visit and how it is one of the more important places to grab a slice of the retail zeitgeist currently.

  • Penhaligon’s, Singapore

    Penhaligon’s, Singapore


    If you’ve ever had an idle moment and considered the ill-advised purchase of something smelly, Penhaligon’s might well have been on the shopping list to find something.

  • Harvey Nichols Foodmarket, Liverpool

    Harvey Nichols Foodmarket, Liverpool


    The traditional Scouse-Manc rivalry has taken a new twist since the beginning of this month, when Liverpool at last got a taste of luxury eating Harvey Nichols-style as the retailer opened a ‘Foodmarket’ on St Peter’s Lane.

  • Vans Spitafields

    Vans Spitalfields, London


    Blink and it’s gone and as you read this, the removal men will only be a couple of weeks away from descending on Spitalfields to empty the Vans pop-up store that has been trading on Brushfield Street since August 12.

  • Quiksilver, Fistral Beach, Newquay

    Quiksilver, Fistral Beach, Newquay


    Fistral Beach in Newquay is, for many, surf central UK, or at least that’s where you may go if you want to imagine yourself a bronzed god (or goddess), effortlessly riding the waves coming in from the Atlantic.

  • Gap, Rome

    Gap, Via del Corso, Rome


    Gap understands the notion of what makes a flagship to judge from this 14,110 sq ft, two-floor branch that has just opened on Rome’s Via del Corso, one of the Eternal City’s principal shopping streets.

  • Little Waitrose, Tottenham Court Road

    Little Waitrose, Tottenham Court Road


    You can tell you’re in central London from the packs of chorizo Iberico, the perimeter chiller devoted to sauces and ingredients for pasta and pizza, as well as the Italian deli-style arrangement of the dry ambient goods next to this.

  • Rabot Estate London Bridge

    Rabot Estate, London


    Tucked under the arches of London Bridge, in the foodie haven that is Borough Market, is the latest venture by Hotel Chocolat founders Angus Thirlwell and Peter Harris: the Rabot Estate store.

  • Las Arenas Barcelona

    Las Arenas, Barcelona


    Yes, you did read correctly and no, you’ve not dived into some kind of alternative Ernest Hemingway sub-culture. This is Las Arenas, the vast, former bullring in the heart of Barcelona.

  • Gallery

    Make Up Store, Carnaby Street


    Make Up Store is a Swedish retailer with shops across Europe and North America, which has had a lone store in Westfield London for some time.

  • Limelight

    Limelight Marketplace, New York


    Less of a store of the week and rather more of a destination of the month, Limelight Marketplace is the successful outcome of remodelling a former nightclub housed in a Gothic revival church.

  • Trader Joe's

    Trader Joe’s, Brooklyn


    An average store for average Joes might well be the strapline for Trader Joe’s were it not for the fact that this store, in Brooklyn, is anything but.

  • Susann Melbourne

    Sussan, Melbourne


    It is not often that fashion from Down Under features in these pages, but Australian fashion retailer Sussan opened this flagship store in the refurbished Chadstone Mall in Melbourne earlier this year, following a design created by London consultancy HMKM.

  • Superdry

    Store of the week: Superdry, New York


    The eyes of many British retailers seeking to advertise that they are global brands seem, in many high-profile instances, to turn more readily towards the US than Europe when a judgement is made about where to go next.

  • Loewe

    Store of the Week: Loewe, Valencia


    Luxury accessories and ready-to-wear brand Loewe refurbished its shop in Valencia just before Christmas, creating a concept store.

  • Dyson

    Dyson Bluewater


    There is a sense currently that if it’s a Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday or Friday, then there will be a new pop-up store on the block and last week, Wednesday saw the opening by Dyson, the vacuum cleaner people, of a temporary store in Bluewater.

  • Carnaby Street

    Street of the week: Carnaby Street London


    Anyone familiar with the Batman movies will know the one in which Jack Nicholson, playing the role of the Joker, heads into Gotham with a load of sinister-jolly balloons that spray poison gas onto the celebrating street revellers. Take an evening walk down Carnaby Street at the moment and something ...

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    Store of the week: Hawes & Curtis Jermyn Street, London


    If one is honest, it’s not often that a shirt retailer would really merit consideration for inclusion in this section of the magazine for the simple reason that it can be a case of seen one, seen them all. Not so with the Hawes & Curtis flagship on Jermyn Street, ...

  • Simon Carter Accessories

    Store of the week: Simon Carter Accessories, Mayfair


    It’s a shade over two years since Moss Bros opened the first Simon Carter fashion store in London, and at the time it looked a promising debut.