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Bamford Grooming Department opens first standalone store

Bamford has chosen London’s Royal Exchange for the opening of its first standalone Bamford Grooming Department shop.

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Bamford Grooming Department opens first standalone store

Bamford has chosen London’s Royal Exchange for the opening of its first standalone Bamford Grooming Department shop.

Situated at 33 Threadneedle Street on the outside of the Royal Exchange, the shop will stock Bamford’s range of men’s grooming products as well as a selection of gifts, leather accessories and watches.

With its traditional listed façade, the new store still bears the original signs of its previous incarnation as a tobacconist that was established in 1851. Meanwhile, the store’s interior features a double-height ceiling and a secret lower ground floor for one-to-one appointments and selected pop-up partnerships.

Other stores at the Royal Exchange include luxury brands such as Jo Malone, Lulu Guinness and Smythson.


Image courtesy of Bamford

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