With many great things to come to Regent Street in 2020, keep reading to discover just a taste of what you can expect.
We are proud to be home to a best in class array for you to and are excited that many more brands will soon be calling Regent Street home, from flagship stores to independent restaurants. As soon as we can share details of new openings, we’ll ensure you stay updated.
In case you missed some of our most recent openings, we welcomed many new brands to the street last year, from Microsoft’s first UK flagship by Oxford Circus tube station and H&M Home’s incredible concept store, to Parisian chic Sandro opening its store for men’s and women’s fashion.
If you’re looking for a new place to drink and dine, there’s an impressive array of destinations to explore, including: Lewis Hamilton’s plant based offering Neat Burger; Pacific London on Heddon Street - the sushi-style first restaurant from Australian MasterChef Shaun Presland; Scandinavian-style coffee bar Hagen Project towards Piccadilly Circus; and iconic Momo London opening its quirky next door counterpart, Mo Diner.
We’re starting the new year with a nod to the many wellness brands that call Regent Street home – whether it’s a spoiling spa treatment or a stress-busting workout. We’ve curated an edit of these brands here for you to discover more.
January 2020 also marks the Chinese New Year, and the Year of the Rat. We’ll be paying homage to Chinese traditions on our social media channels – follow @RegentStreetW1 to enjoy our lunar year celebrations.
After London Fashion Week has ended, we’ll be gearing up towards our arts and culture moment in March: Show in the Dark. A one-off evening of activity across Regent Street & St James’s, there will be an unmissable number of events for you to enjoy in store Last year’s highlights included Scala Radio Orchestra performance at St James’s Market, an exhibition at Princes Arcade by Unfinished Animals and The September Issue; a cookery demonstration at Smeg from model-turned-chef Isaac Carew; and Print Club London hosting screen printing classes at Anthropologie.
As spring turns to summer, we’re already eagerly planning for the return of our ever-popular traffic-free Sundays, with four traffic-free Sundays over the summer as part of our summer events series. With each Sunday feeling like a mini festival, it’s always the perfect occasion for friends and family to come together and celebrate the warmer weather in the heart of Central London.
As always, the end of the year will see the return of the festive season, with our iconic Christmas lights returning and a host of special Christmas activities happening across the street. With previous years boasting the likes of global superstars The Script, talented British singer Calum Scott, Doctor Who icon Jodie Whittaker and many more, it’s definitely a date to hold in your diaries.
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