John Lewis on Tuesday opened its first ever railway station store in St Pancras International. Speaking at the Internet Retailing Conference yesterday, Mark Lewis said the new format would enable customers to “click and commute”, with an edited selection of products, as well as the retailer’s Click and Collect service.
Operating across 3,000 sq ft, the St Pancras store will offer a selection of electronics, gifts, beauty, home and fashion accessories, opening from 7.30am to 9pm Monday to Saturday, and 9am to 7pm on Sundays.
Maggie Porteous, director of selling said: “Our customers show us that they want different ways to shop that are most convenient for them. John Lewis St Pancras is our latest shop format innovation to meet our customers evolving needs serving the station's travellers. Customers can shop and enjoy John Lewis St Pancras's range of electronics, gifts, beauty, home and fashion products plus click and collect, or in this case 'click and commute', johnlewis.com purchases.”
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