South coast ethical cosmetics brand Lush, has secured a 9,500 square foot site on Oxford Street. The store will be its largest one to date after opening their first Lush shop in 1995, based in the quay side town Poole their headquarters and factory are still located in this small town.
The PR manger of Lush confirmed to Retail Gazette that they have secured the space that used to belong to Jack Jones/Vero Moda on Oxford Street and are very excited about the new store.
Lush now has over 900 stores in 50 different countries so it is no surprise they are opening a large store on busy Oxford Street.
A lot more than just bath bombs, Lush recently released The Sunblock a solid block of wash on sun protection offering an innovative new way to protect your skin from the sun. Other new products include a quirky moustache wax and high end moisturisers. With such a wide range of products and prices the brand appeals to a large market of many different ages.
Lush prides itself on being animal cruelty free and their staff being friendly and informative, offering an interactive and fun shopping experience. A number of their stores have a spa and offer in shop parties where you can make your own products, learn how to give a facial or have treasure hunts and quizzes as well as a private shopping experience.
We are interested and excited to see what‘s next in store for this ever growing witty seaside retailer.
In similar fashion, other stores are taking advantage of the major road‘s footfall.
Plus sized brands Simply B and Jacamo owned by N Brown have recently opened a store on Oxford Street. The shop displays mannequins in sizes 12 and 16 and has a collection by model Kelly Brook. Jacamo has a range by Freddie Flintoff who attended the opening.
The Jewellery brands Folli Follie and Links of London owned by FF Group have also signed a deal to open stores in Oxford Street which will be 4,028 square foot and be spread over two floors.