Isabel Marant to open first store in the Netherlands
The French designer label Isabel Marant will open its first store in the Netherlands in early 2018. The shop will be located at the P.C. Hooftstraat 114 in Amsterdam, international real estate advisor Cushman & Wakefield, who advised Isabel Marant during the deal, announced on Friday.
Prior to the 2018 opening, the 200 m2 store will be renovated. Isabel Marant will take the location of McGregor, which housed a flagship store at the P.C. Hooftstraat before its bankruptcy earlier this year.
The Isabel Marant label is currently available in the Netherlands via a number of points of sales, including Sky Amsterdam, Shoebaloo, department store De Bijenkorf and Marjon Snieders. The French label, founded in 1994, currently has 26 brand stores across the globe and sales outlets in about 40 countries.
Earlier this month, French luxury house Hermès announced a flagship store at Amsterdam’s P.C. Hooftstraat. Other available brands at the luxury-shopping destination include Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Furla, Oger, Michael Kors, Maxmara, Jimmy Choo and Prada.
An exact date for the 2018 opening is yet to be announced.
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