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Russell & Bromley opens new Covent Garden store

Luxury footwear retailer Russell & Bromley has opened a new shop in London’s Long Acre. Situated opposite Covent Garden tube station, the store is a relocation… View Article

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Russell & Bromley opens new Covent Garden store

Luxury footwear retailer Russell & Bromley has opened a new shop in London’s Long Acre.

Situated opposite Covent Garden tube station, the store is a relocation from the retailer’s previous store in the shopping district.

Spanning 3,461 square feet across two floors, the  shop has been designed by an in-house team and is a key addition to the retailer’s existing portfolio of over 40 stores.

Andrew Bromley, owner of Russell & Bromley, said: “Covent Garden remains a great home for our sought-after products and this prime corner unit opposite one of London’s busiest tube stations enhances our retail presence in the capital. Our frontage on the junction of Long Acre and Neal Street is significantly greater and will provide an impressive backdrop for our new seasons’ collections.”

The shop will sell the brand’s fashion-led range of premium shoes for women and men, as well as a selection of handbags.

Simon Taylor, property director at the Mercers’ Company, said: “Russell & Bromley’s decision to relocate to this space and remain part of the Mercers’ Estate is evidence of the area’s successful status as a prime retail destination.”

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