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Marylebone welcomes new retailers and F&B brands

The Howard de Walden Estate has announced that fashion retailer Wyse and luxury jewellery brand Mejuri will be joining the line-up at London’s Marylebone Village.  The… View Article

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Marylebone welcomes new retailers and F&B brands

The Howard de Walden Estate has announced that fashion retailer Wyse and luxury jewellery brand Mejuri will be joining the line-up at London’s Marylebone Village. 

The Wyse shop will be the company’s first permanent store and will sell a wide selection from its womenswear ranges.

Meanwhile, Mejuri’s shop at 96 Marylebone High Street will be the company’s first in the UK and will feature a concierge bar offering a personalised jewellery advice.

Marielle Wyse, founder of Wyse London, said: “We are delighted to be opening our first store at Marylebone Village. We can’t wait to personally meet all of our wonderful customers and bring the brand to life in its beautiful new home. Our first store simply had to be here. It is the perfect spot in London, encompassing everything that the Wyse London brand stands for.”

The estate has also signed up Hagen, the Danish espresso bar concept, for a unit next door to Daunt Books on Marylebone High Street. In addition, chef-restaurateur Stevie Parle has opted to relocate his café and shop JOY to the neighbourhood.

Jenny Casebourne, retail and leisure director at Howard de Walden, said: “We’re delighted to welcome a host of new retailers and food and beverage names to Marylebone Village, all adding to the villages diverse offering. 

“These new signings attest to Marylebone Village’s continued appeal as a quality retail and leisure destination, despite the challenges of the last 18 months.

 

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