The Portman Estate has added five new independent retail and leisure brands to the range at Chiltern Street, Old Quebec Street and New Quebec Street in London.
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Running brand Tracksmith and luxury menswear brand Bryceland’s & Co will both open flagship stores on Chiltern Street, while jewelry brand Kimai has chosen the location for its first physical pop-up store.
Meanwhile, New York specialty coffee brand Blank Street Coffee has opened a new cafe at 1 Old Quebec Street, and contemporary British womenswear brand Isabel Manns has launched a pop-up store at 18 New Quebec Street.
Tom Knight, Portfolio Director at The Portman Estate, said: “The additions of Tracksmith, Brycelands & Co., Kimai, Blank Street Coffee and Isabel Manns help evolve our retail and hospitality offering to strengthen the Marylebone’s reputation as a West End destination. It’s fantastic that we’re able to work with brands that are dedicated to environmental responsibility and aligned with The Portman Estate’s sustainability goals.
“Our newcomers are pioneering independent UK and international brands, three of which are international brands who have chosen to open flagship stores in Marylebone, demonstrating the strength of our existing offering in the area.”
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