Nigel Cabourn store, London – UK

October 8th, 2014 by retail design blog

Following two successful store openings in Tokyo’s Naka Meguro area, Nigel Cabourn shifts its focus to the homeland. It’s in the heart of buzzing Covent Garden in London where the heritage brand has recently opened up shop. The store occupies two floors of a historic 18th-century building with a red brick façade.

The interior is one that aims to emphasize the structure’s origins, albeit in a modern way, with of exposed brick walls and sturdy wooden planking. Vintage leather chairs are paired with faux vintage furnishings and selected props that blend well with the merchandise on offer. Next to the full range of Nigel Cabourn men’s + women’s collections, the new store stocks selected items from compatible brands such as Yuketen, Merz B. Schwanen, Taylor & Kent, C.C. Filson and Converse.

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