New clothes concessions embody Soletrader, menswear model Boy London, and sustainable manufacturers Ninety % and Colourful Customary.
At its Bond Avenue retailer in central London, Fenwick is launching The Studio – a wellness and life-style space on the lower-ground flooring that may embody a concession for bicycle and cyclingwear retailer Velorution and operating specialist model On.
The retailer can also be exploring new makes use of of outside house for eating alternatives, together with new vegan restaurant 123V by Michelin starred chef Alexis Gauthier.
In the meantime, Fenwick is offering unbiased eating places and artisanal meals suppliers a spot of their retailer by native meals pop-ups and the Fenwick Alternate market. It ran an analogous market mannequin at Christmas.
Fenwick mentioned it’s working carefully with native authorities and the British Retail Consortium to make sure it’s a Covid-secure place to buy. Security precautions embody restricted numbers in retailer, a one-way system in retailer, social distancing, screens and face coverings for colleagues and elevated cleansing.
John Edgar, Fenwick CEO, mentioned: “We’re actually wanting ahead to welcoming our communities safely again to Fenwick from Monday. We’ll be reopening with numerous new manufacturers and experiences throughout our shops, together with al fresco eating choices, and a brand new wellness house and vegan restaurant at Bond Avenue. We’re additionally going to be supporting native unbiased companies to achieve new prospects by our pop-up market expertise showcasing native artisans and producers.
“The previous couple of months have been a difficult time for retailers throughout the nation, however we’re hopeful that this would be the begin of a brand new chapter for our native excessive streets, as households, mates and communities come again collectively to dine, store and socialise safely.”