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The Royal Exchange welcomes five new retailers

The Royal Exchange has welcomed five new retailers to its line-up in the run-up to Christmas. Mulberry has launched a six-month pop-up concept store that takes… View Article

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The Royal Exchange welcomes five new retailers

The Royal Exchange has welcomed five new retailers to its line-up in the run-up to Christmas.

Mulberry has launched a six-month pop-up concept store that takes inspiration from its My Local Pub event series. In addition to a shopping area, the store features a fully equipped bar and a pool table.

Meanwhile, Rococo Chocolates has opened a permanent store from where it will sell a selection of luxury British chocolates, festive gifts and nibbles.

The Royal Exchange has also seen diamond specialist Vashi open its second permanent London store on its  central courtyard while skincare brand Urban Veda has launched a Christmas pop-up.

In a final addition, couture designer Isabelle Kristensen is running The House of Kristensen pop-up which offers a collection of evening and cocktail dresses both off the rail and made to measure.

The Grade I listed Royal Exchange has been owned by Oxford Properties since 2013. Henry Shearer, head of UK, office and retail, said:“The addition of these five exciting brands reinforces Oxford Properties commitment to promoting the scheme as a contemporary luxury destination.”

 

 

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