Tory Burch to open on Regent Street

American lifestyle brand Tory Burch will be extending its presence in London with a new store opening at 223 Regent Street in Spring 2017.


19 September 2016

The letting totals 4,926 sq ft, with 3,200 sq ft of retail space spanning two floors, and will carry the full Tory Burch collection, including ready-to-wear, shoes, handbags, accessories, beauty, home and watches.

The news of Tory Burch’s arrival is the latest in a series of announcements of exciting new openings of flagships and firsts on Regent Street. Earlier this summer, a unique concept, ‘Innovation by Space NK’ confirmed it will be launching before the end of the year, along with a brand new flagship for the go-to yoga and run wear retailer, lululemon. This follows Stuart Weitzman, Coach and Polo Ralph Lauren who are due to open flagships stores.

London is an important market and a destination for customers from around the world. We are pleased to be extending our footprint with a new boutique on Regent Street, one of the premier shopping streets globally”

Roger Farah, co-CEO of Tory Burch, LLC

Katerina Mercury for The Crown Estate’s Regent Street Portfolio said: “Tory Burch will make a delightful addition to the world-class retail mix on Regent Street. The brand, which reflects the founder’s personal style and sensibility, has gone on to become a phenomenal global success, and we’re thrilled to now welcome them to Regent Street.”

Roger Farah, co-CEO of Tory Burch, LLC, said, “London is an important market and a destination for customers from around the world. We are pleased to be extending our footprint with a new boutique on Regent Street, one of the premier shopping streets globally.”

The letting forms part of The Crown Estate’s on-going £1bn investment programme for Regent Street. Since 2002, it has transformed the area into the world’s most popular retail and leisure destination, boasting an impressive array of flagship stores from the most exciting global brands. The Crown Estate manages Regent Street on behalf of the Regent Street Partnership, comprising both The Crown Estate and Norges Bank Investment Management.