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Lyle & Scott to shut flagship store on Carnaby Street

Published
Jun 21, 2016

Leading British menswear brand Lyle & Scott has announced plans to close its Carnaby Street flagship store to allow for the opening of a new store, whose location has not been disclosed yet.


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“The relocation of our flagship store is part of our ongoing strategy to remain innovative, interesting and individual in an increasingly competitive high street, serving to enforce our passion to share our ongoing dedication to service and quality, with a focused proposition that we know will delight our customer,” said Omni Channel Director of Lyle & Scott, Ben Gunn.

“We are continuing to learn how best to translate our ethos to our customer and are confident this move will accelerate such a task”, he added.

The company, which has held a Royal warrant from the Duke of Edinburgh since 1975, opened the flagship store on Carnaby Street in October 2014, upsizing from its previous location in Covent Garden.

The flagship store will continue to serve customers until further notice.

Founded in 1874 in the Scottish Borders as a knitwear company, Lyle & Scott has grown into a leading menswear brand with market presence in 28 countries globally and an ecommerce platform. In addition to the flagship store, the label has two outlet locations in the UK.

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