Raeburn expands retail space with new Carnaby store
British designer Christopher Raeburn has returned to central London with a new store at 2 Marshall Street in Carnaby.
Designed by agencies Tuesday Design and Mega Creative, the new 950 sq ft store features modular fixtures and uses reused, recycled or materials that could be easily repurposed for future concepts.
The store offers seasonal menswear, womenswear and accessories collections, as well as collaborations and RÆMADE exclusives.
We had fantastic evening celebrating the opening of our 2 Marshall Street store in Carnaby yesterday. Thank you to all friends and collaborators who joined us and took the time to see the new space. https://t.co/YcajX7Nyry pic.twitter.com/zaGzP7Yxm9
— Raeburn_Design (@Raeburn_Design) October 29, 2021
Renowned for reworking surplus fabrics and recycled materials to create distinctive and functional pieces, Raeburn previously opened a six-month pop-up shop in Carnaby in 2019.
Jolyon Bexon, head of retail, said: "The vision for 2 Marshall Street is to act as an outpost for RÆBURN to engage and inspire a worldwide audience. Consumers who are actively looking for new systems and ways of working will have the chance to learn about our design process and join our mission. Despite the media negativity surrounding the retail sector we believe more than ever in the value of human interaction. Meeting like minded individuals and enjoying unexpected discoveries is where true inspiration lies."
Raeburn also has its flagship lab store in Hackney and a co-creative space in Stratford, called Lab E20.