The big brands are jumping into swim while shoppers are opting for ever-more-playful styles.
Other additions include men’s wear designer Kiko Kostadinov.
The new capsule features five reissued products from Louis Vuitton’s fall 2018 range.
The handbag label moved from a smaller space down the street to a landmark location, formerly occupied by shoemaker Pinet.
The opening at Bicester has also given the Wolseley the chance to introduce its first complete range of homeware.
The racer hosted his first Tommy x Lewis event at the brand’s Regent Street store and used the opportunity to speak about his first steps in fashion, his love of vintage and need for self-expression.
The luggage brand is using its brick-and-mortar stores to create engaging experiences and strengthen its ties with Millennials.
The ceo of L’Officine Universelle Buly believes that unique architecture, the right shop staff and artisanal product all combine to create retail theater.
The wellness beverage company is focused on selling its product via text and sees physical retail as a means of storytelling and consumer engagement.
The show will highlight the new direction the brand has taken under designer Niall Sloan and ceo Iris Epple-Righi.
The retailer is bringing back some of the brand’s most famous prints for their second tie-in.
The focus is on easy silhouettes from slipdresses to embroidered pajama styles.
The women’s offering follows changes in the men’s, jewelry, accessories and beauty departments.