Capital & Counties Properties PLC (‘Capco’) announces that four new brands will open stores in Covent Garden this December, ahead of the festive season. Exclusive sneaker and streetwear store Kick Game, Belgian chocolatiers Neuhaus, heritage British brand Mackintosh, and vegan cookie concept Floozie Cookie, from a former Claridge’s pastry chef, will all open doors at the start of December.
Europe's Premier exclusive sneaker and streetwear store Kick Game will open at 4 James Street on 2nd December. Showcasing rare and designer styles, the luxury store will stock limited edition sneakers from brands including Off-White, Yeezy and Supreme, as well as a vast collection of Nike Air, including the DIOR collaboration.
Luxury Belgian chocolatier Neuhaus will also open a new store in Covent Garden’s iconic Market Building - selling handcrafted, artisanal chocolates, truffles and ice cream in store as well as a range of advent calendars and unique Christmas ballotins.
Traditional British coatmakers Mackintosh will open a new store on 7 James Street. For almost 200 years Mackintosh has been one of the world’s most influential coat makers and this store will showcase some of its classic outerwear products, new collections including the Mackintosh Mainline and collaborations with some of the world’s leading fashion houses.
Vegan cookie brand Floozie Cookie, from former Claridge’s Pastry Chef Kimberly Lin, will launch as a three month flagship pop up on 5th December at 5 James Street. The all-vegan restaurant will serve Lin’s signature “stuffed cookies” in six flavours, alongside plant based hot chocolates and milks.
These new openings join the very best of British and international brands in Covent Garden, with American Vintage and Ganni recently joining A.P.C, Apple, Charlotte Tilbury, Tom Ford, Chanel and Burberry in Covent Garden further cementing the area as one of London’s most exciting open air shopping destinations. There are also forthcoming openings from Vashi and The Big Mamma Group on the estate in 2021.