Fashion brand Kurt Geiger has unveiled the design of its latest store concept in Liverpool and is planning a flagship opening in London’s Regent Street in July and an outlet at Luton Airport, opening in June. The stores are all designed by London consultancy Found Associates. According to consultancy director Richard Found, the London flagship will showcase a design that is distinct from the other outlets. Found Associates previously designed a concession area for Kurt Geiger men’s shoes in Selfridges in London.
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