Five new store openings in London for bloobloom
French designer eyewear brand, bloobloom has announced the opening of five brand new stores across London.
The five new store openings are the start of a wider expansion for the brand across the United Kingdom, which is set as part of a backdrop of strong growth.
The new store locations include Westfield White City, Covent Garden, Battersea Power Station, Canary Wharf and Kings Road creating 7 stores in the UK following Carnaby Street and Marylebone Village.
The first store opening will be in Westfield, White City and will be located on the First floor, boasting a spacious 800 sq ft. The new store includes two sight test rooms, which offers free eye tests in a private space.
The brand’s flagship store will be located at 30 James Street in Covent Garden, situated near Apple, Rituals and Tiffany & Co and boasts 1,413 sq ft over two floors. Another store will be located on the ground floor at Battersea Power Station and boasts 1,444 sq ft. Canary Wharf is located at Canada Place and boasts 700 sq ft and the final store is located at 33 Kings Road and boasts 400 sq ft.
All of the new stores will house bloobloom’s full collection of spectacles and sunglasses and will offer customers the full experience from walk-in eye examinations with in-house opticians, adjustment and repair services as well as personalised style advice.
bloobloom offers a range of women’s and men’s glasses with popular styles from Traveller, to Daydreamer, to Londoner and Designer. All glasses are handcrafted frames and made from sustainable materials.
Abbas Manai, Co-Founder at bloobloom says “London is the perfect location to launch bloobloom’s expansion as it’s such an iconic shopping destination. The city is where our target customer is and where we can tap into new customers.
“We want our brand to thrive on giving people cost-effective eyewear that is sustainable and stylish and are excited about the next chapter in the brand’s growth strategy”.
For every purchase made, a pair of glasses is donated to one of the world’s 2.5 billion people in need who don’t have access to eyecare as part of the brands ‘Pair for a Pair’ scheme. The ‘Pay What You Can’ loyalty scheme offers customers the choice to choose their second pair of spectacles or sunglasses from a tiered system.
bloobloom was founded by Abbas and Fares Manai in 2018.
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