Hackett London is on the brink of opening its largest ever store on Regent Street, London.
The new premises, which covers 8,934 square feet, boasts Georgian-inspired interiors, taxidermy and a “living wall” covered in ivy and moss. The long-awaited store is located at 193-197 Mutual House – formerly the site of the Ferrari brand store.
“We’ve grown up — and we are a major player now. We wanted this to be a big statement: it’s younger and cooler than our Sloane Street store,” Jeremy Hackett, founder and chairman of Hackett London, told WWD.
Hackett’s full range of men’s wear, women’s wear and children’s wear is stocked alongside several accessories ranges – some of them limited edition – and a monogramming service.
Shoppers can go and see the English-themed flagship for themselves from 15th November.
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