Hobbs unveil new Regent Street store

Juanita Mathews
Wednesday 16 Sep 2009

Design in line with new retail collection and brand

Step inside the world of NW3 at the new Regent Street store. A concept developed with Child Graddon Lewis to house the new collection and represent the evolved Hobbs. The Regent Street store is now open.

The store's new look and feel is boutique inspired with a modern equestrian twist. Hobbs rich brand heritage, quirky design detail and Englishness can be seen in the unique store fittings and details. Stable doors act as divides, separating collection stories, reclaimed museum doors steady clothing rails, marble finishes seen at the till point have been sourced from traditional country houses and decorative hanging lanterns, sourced from stables, have been restored and reconditioned.

Child Graddon Lewis is currently working with Hobbs on their flagship store in Covent Garden open at the end of October 2009.

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