Heads up, fashionistas! Bloomberg is reporting that Oscar De La Renta, the luxury womenswear chain, will be opening its own storefront in London after years of selling top-tier fashions at department stores like Harrods. We hear the brand is looking to spend close to $800,000 for its first London store.
The New York-based company will reportedly open an outlet at 130 Mount St., adjacent to Lanvin. The luxury store will take over the space from a hair salon that is relocating to Carlos Place.
Mount Street shopping street, owned by the Grosvenor Group Ltd., a property company of the family trust of Britain’s Duke of Westminster, also has the only U.K. stores for Balenciaga and luxury luggage chain Goyard.