This has been long in the waiting for London's Regent Street, on Saturday they finally welcomed their newest shop, KIKO Make-Up Milano, which joining other new openings on the street: Hackett, Aquascutum and J.Crew.
The Italian brand has make-up stations over two floors, where customers can experiment with make-up and create their own distinctive look. As well as make-up, shoppers can learn about their skincare needs and browse innovative products for their personal skin type.
Last week, Regent Street also welcomed the world’s largest Hackett London store at 193-197 Regent Street, as well as Aquascutum’s brand new store. Hackett’s three-storey flagship is home to an in-house tailor for Hackett’s extensive bespoke tailoring range, as well as casualwear, formalwear, kidswear and the Hackett Mayfair collections. Divided over two storeys, Aquascutum’s new store on Great Marlborough Street offers luxury tailoring and outerwear for men, womenswear collections, as well as Junior, Aquascutum’s latest range for children, aged four to ten years.
Other new international flagship shops recently opened on Regent Street include American favourite J.Crewwith their first UK store. Divided into menswear and womenswear collections this is the brand’s first store outside of North America. The 17,000 sq ft space joins the great offer of American brands such as Anthropologie, Michael Kors, Hollister and Brooks Brothers.
In June 2014, Watches of Switzerland will open the UK's largest standalone flagship watch store on Regent Street. The 17,000 sq ft, three-storey luxury watch emporium will contain a range of prestigious Swiss watch brands and will combine the personal touch of a boutique with the benefits of a luxury department store. Also to launch in 2014 is Psycle, a unique new fitness concept opening in February on Mortimer Street. Psycle’s indoor cycling classes offer a total body workout on a bike to music.
Regent Street has also recently welcomed Longchamp, the luxury French fashion House from Paris, who opened a boutique in early September. Longchamp specialises in luxury travel goods. It was founded 1948 and is still owned and managed by the Cassegrain family.
Regent Street, located in the heart of London’s West End, continues to build on its reputation as one of the ultimate shopping and lifestyle destinations in the world, with many global fashion brands flocking to this famous shopping thoroughfare.