LONDON — British men’s wear label Hackett has added to its extensive retail network in London with a new store at One New Change, a retail development located in the City of London, which houses a mix of high street and contemporary brands such as Cos, Topshop, Hugo Boss and All Saints.
Jeremy Hackett, the brand’s founder and chairman, said the new location aims to cater to businessmen working in London’s financial hub, with a focus on suiting and made-to-measure services. The store will also offer personal tailoring on ties and bespoke cufflinks.
“We believe that the collection has a great offering for the traditional City man, and equally for those that want to dress smart-casual. The new location provides the opportunity to target city men in the area,” said Hackett.
The company also has stores on Jermyn Street, Covent Garden, Sloane Street and Westfield.
The space, which spans 2,200 square feet, follows the traditional design concept of the Hackett stores which are inspired by Georgian-style architecture. There are three areas in the store, including a tailoring room. All are linked by a paneled Georgian archway.
To add a contemporary touch to the traditional British feel of the decor, the interiors also incorporate playful details such as top-hat lamps or umbrella-shaped fitting room hooks.