Property giant Shaftesbury’s successful Seven Dials retail area in London’s Covent Garden has welcomed another arrival. Rowing Blazers, the American clothing brand, has opened a pop-up store on 16 Earlham Street.
London landlord Shaftesbury has delivered an impressive record in terms of attracting a host of new retailers and increasing footfall to its properties. it has signed over 60 new brands since 1 October 2020.
Seven Dials has been one of property giant Shaftesbury’s success stories in attracting tenants since retail’s reopening in May. So the Covent Garden location is to celebrate with its own three-day Winter Festival.
London Covent Garden’s Seven Dials continues to attract independent niche retail brands and the latest to arrive is Warm & Wonderful. The British heritage knitwear brand has opened a pop-up store at 55 Monmouth Street.
The 96-store Seven Dials area of London’s Covent Garden has yet more newcomers. They include the winner of the ‘Start-Up with Seven Dials’ competition series by landlord Shaftesbury, lifestyle brand Tihara Smith.
Another successful signing for Shaftesbury. Hot on the heels of adding more retailers to its Seven Dials development, the property giant will now add Mallet London to its Carnaby Street roster next month.
A new retail addition has arrived at London’s Seven Dials. Property giant Shaftesbury has leased space within the popular destination to anatomē, the wellness apothecary, which has opened on Monmouth Street until Janu...