Lush launches 24 hour automated shopping experience
Lush has chosen London’s Coal Drops Yard for the opening of its first 24 hour, automated retail experience.
The pop-up will initially run for six months with products and the design being interchangeable as the retailer looks to catch the eye of shoppers passing by.
The iLocker vending machine has been designed by Anmac, which is owned by Andrew Alpine and his wife Gemma Jackson, the designers of Hollywood films and series such as The Piano, The Beach, Bridget Jones Diary and Game of Thrones.
The machine aims to offer a 360º retail experience with a sustainable design that runs on a low energy output and provides an attractive display for handmade gifts.
Charlotte How of Lush Group retail team, said: “Lush has always strived to dazzle our customers, from our product innovations through to bringing our core values into every aspect of our retailing. Using the highest quality of automated retail machines with our partner, Anmac, we are able to surprise and delight with a micro store that is open 24 hours a day to the public at Coal Drops Yard. It is a retail theatre that never sleeps, live glow on the go.”
Founded in 1995 with a first store in Poole, Lush now has 106 shops in the UK and over 900 worldwide in 52 countries.
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