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New Bond Street to welcome Dsquared2 and Hackett flagship stores

Tom Shearsmith
10 January 2023

GPE has today announced that Dsquared2 and Hackett will be opening flagship stores on New Bond Street this year, forming part of its Hanover development.

Set to open later in Q1, the Dsquared2 store will be the brand’s only standalone flagship London store and will stock the latest collection for men, women and children.

The Hackett store will trade as its first standalone concept store, ‘14 Savile Row’ by Hackett, and will provide bespoke tailoring and causal menswear with luxury crafted fabrics.

Dsquared2 will occupy 4,700 sq ft at 67 New Bond Street across ground, basement and first floors. The luxury fashion brand will be next door to Opera Gallery and Seiko and will stock their latest collections for men, women and children.

The brand previously traded on the corner of Conduit Street and has fashion lines that remain in Flannels, Harrods and Selfridges.

Hackett will occupy 2,350 sq ft at 69 New Bond Street. The menswear brand is renowned for its tailoring and following its original headquarters at 14 Savile Row, this new concept store will provide bespoke tailoring and causal menswear with luxury crafted fabrics.

An edited version of the brand’s current collection is only available within their Regent Street and Sloane Square stores, meaning this latest store located at Hanover on New Bond Street will be the first of its kind.

Sarah Goldman, Senior Portfolio Manager at GPE commented: “Hanover is a world-class development, and our leasing success demonstrates that it is the perfect location for world-class brands. These two latest signings reflect the premium retail offering we have worked hard to curate for this location on New Bond Street and each will bring something unique to this renowned area of the capital.

“We are looking forward to welcoming Dsquared2 and 14 Savile Row by Hackett to the space when they open. It’s clear that the creation of Hanover’s new retail arcade, prime offices, café, restaurant with its central courtyard and now the Elizabeth line, provides Londoners and tourists with a destination to explore that is second to none.”

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