See what's in store: new shops opening in London in 2018
From here are the shops we're most excited to see open in the capital this year. Check out what's in store
The Shop at Bluebird, the famous Kings Road stalwart will be opening a new shop on the desirable Floral Street in 2018. A 15,000 square foot store has been announced for Covent Garden in early 2018 and we can't wait to see our Chelsea favourite in its new home.Read more ...
Designer's favourite, Tom Dixon will be moving its flagship to the Coal Office, in King's Cross's new Coal Drops Yard, where there will be a showroom and offices. Perfectly located for designjunction, which is held in September at King's Cross, the new premises are bound to be crazy chic.
Great news for London's independent book store scene. The owner of one of London's loveliest book shops for children, Tales on Moon Lane will be opening another South London book shop this year. Moon Lane Books will be near Forest Hill and Catford and will sell children's fiction, plus a little adult fiction to give us adults an excuse to browse, too.Read more ...
Newly opened in King's Cross, headphone shop and cafe/bar Spiritland will be making waves (as well as soundwaves) in 2018 when it opens a new shop on Regent Street. This is a brand to watch.Read more ...
65 quirky new boutiques, an old Victorian coal depository, five unique unites and 100,000 square feet of space: Coal Drops Yard behind King's Cross promises to be far more interesting than your average new development. There's already a Nike, Jigsaw and & Other Stories near the site, and with plans to create even more cafes and restaurants, too, this could be a new hipster heaven for the north of London.Read more ...
It's already mind-bogglingly big, so what's a few extra hundred thousand feet? The extension to Westfield shopping centre is actually opening earlier than anticipated (refreshingly) and will measure 740,000 square feet and contain a new John Lewis. Hurrah. And a Primark (guilty hurrah).
It's not a new shop, exactly, rather, it's a new way of shopping. Take the stress out of Oxford Street in 2018, as plans to fully pedestrianise the street west of Oxford Circus are starting to take shape and could be in place by Christmas 2018. That's the stretch that includes House of Fraser and John Lewis completely free from bus and taxi madness.
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