Exciting New Retail Developments at the V&A Waterfront

V&A Waterfront, Source:coda

V&A Waterfront, Source:coda

As the V&A Waterfront continues its pursuit of being at the forefront of the latest trends and developments, they’re making some changes. Some familiar favourites will be refurbished and temporarily relocated and some exciting new stores will be opening.

Here is a full list of upcoming refurbishments and exciting new store openings, at the Victoria Wharf which signals great change at the V&A Waterfront.

Store Movements:

The Mango pop-up store is temporarily located adjacent to MTN on the Upper Level while their new super store is built.
J-Crew standalone store has closed but the menswear line is now available within Queenspark.
The iStore will be undergoing some exciting refurbishments and will be moving temporarily to their pop-up store, adjacent to Café Coton on the upper level.
The new Accessorize store will be adjacent to Nine West.
BOSS: Womenswear will be relocating to their temporary pop-up store adjacent to MaxMara.
Frank Fowden will be relocating to their new premises, adjacent to Cross Trainer (Link Mall).

Exciting International Brands Coming Soon:

Since it launched in 1964, Topshop has become a major style authority and one of fashion’s biggest success stories – earmarked to open during the month of April. Capturing the zeitgeist every season, it exemplifies up-to-the-minute affordable style, while its brave and irreverent approach has endeared fashion-conscious shoppers and industry alike.

Acclaimed international fashion house, Tommy Hilfiger will be opening soon – offering classic American style with a refreshing twist.

Drawing inspiration from the streets, the culture and of course, the trade and runway shows Call it Spring will be opening soon – offering the latest footwear and accessories from the world’s fashion capitals.

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