Mulberry and Lulu Guinness have both signed leases with Capital and Counties Properties (Capco) for stores in Covent Garden’s Royal Opera House Arcade, which is currently being repositioned with a luxury accessories and gifting focus.

British heritage accessories fashion brand Mulberry is expected to open a store in arcade in September, while Lulu Guinness has confirmed that they are relocating its Covent Garden store within the Royal Opera House Arcade in September.

In addition, French jewellery brand Poiray that specialises in transformable pieces, will opening its inaugural UK store in Covent Garden in time for Christmas, while UK independent luxury watch retailer The Watch Gallery is taking a unit that will also open in September.

Ian Hawksworth, chief executive of Capco, said: “These signings demonstrate how Covent Garden is continuing its transformation as we continue to attract fantastic premium brands to the estate.

“These brands underline our strategy to introduce luxury accessories in the Royal Opera House Arcade and reinforce Covent Garden’s reputation as a world-class destination for leading brands.”


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