The footwear brand has transformed two London stores to pique customer interest.
The company issued a study with recommendations that will improve the experience on offer on Oxford Street in the next 15 years.
Despite increased terror threats, shopper turnout is set to be strong.
Britain’s Black Friday weekend saw footfall on the high street rise, although online shopping proved to be a disappointment.
Chief executive officer Jace Tyrrell announced the group’s rollout plans for 2020.
The report created in in association with Savills, a real estate provider, surveyed shopping destinations around the globe rating it from a visitor and retailer angle.
Sales on Bond, Oxford and Regent Streets are projected to rise 1.2 percent compared to last year, according to a report issued by the New West End Company.