// Aldo UK reopens its Oxford Street flagship store
// 12 stores in the UK and Ireland have been reopened
Footwear retailer Aldo has reopened its flagship store on Oxford Street, as the company shows signs of recovery following the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
The reopening comes one year after the retailer franchise was acquired by Bushell Investment Group after it fell into administration last year.
The acquisition saved 150 jobs and created 50 new ones.
12 stores in the UK and Ireland have been reopened, as well as a new store in Brent Cross Shopping Centre.
Aldo UK managing director Jackie Lange said: “We are extremely excited to be reopening our Aldo UK flagship store. It’s fantastic to be welcoming back the shoppers of Oxford Street to our in-store experience once again,”
The store will also feature the brand’s new collection, called Step into Love. Designed for winter and autumn wear, Lang said that the collection is about “inspiring people to love yourself, lift yourself and believe in yourself. We want to show people positively and authentically expressing themselves.”