- Mud Australia and Jacadi have opened their doors on Marylebone Lane and Marylebone High Street with Sezane due to open in the second half of the year
- Independent café and deli Nathalie signs for space at 29 Thayer Street
- New brand names reflect the diversity of Howard de Walden’s retail and food and beverage offering and continued demand for prime space in Marylebone Village
The Howard de Walden Estate is delighted to welcome four new brands to Marylebone Village, expanding its retail and f&b offering.
Both Mud Australia and Jacadi have recently opened their doors and prove hugely popular with visitors to Marylebone Village with Sezane set to open later in the year.
Nathalie has meanwhile signed a new lease to open at 29 Thayer Street in due course.
A full summary of updates and further information is provided below:
- Mud Australia has opened at 61 Marylebone Lane, offering customers its elegant and timeless porcelain homewares. The store is over 500 sq ft of space. Mud Australia are a climate neutral business, certified through South Pole since 2020.
- Jacadi, the high-end children’s fashion label has opened its second UK store at 51 Marylebone High Street. A total footprint of 2,064 sq ft, the brand will bolster Marylebone’s childrenswear offer, joining Petit Bateau and Bonpoint at the Northern end of the high street.
- Parisian retailer Sezane has signed a new lease agreement for 28/29 Marylebone High Street, offering customers quality pieces from both their women’s and menswear ranges across 3,848 sq ft of space. The store is due to open in the second half of the year.
- The independent café and deli outfit Nathalie will open Marylebone at 29 Thayer Street across 1,200 sq ft of space for a ten-year lease. The site is its second in the Capital. With the core belief that food should not compromise on taste, quality and nutritional content even when time is short, the restaurant will offer quality food produced fresh on a daily basis.
Howard de Walden is also set to welcome US luxury denim and lifestyle brand Frame, who will be opening its doors to a second UK store later this year.
Commenting on the activity, Rob Kirk, Head of Retail & Leisure at The Howard de Walden Estate, said: “These exciting new brands demonstrate the continued appeal of Marylebone Village and we are proud to continue to welcome such a high caliber of retailers, a number of which have chosen the area to open their second or flagship UK stores.
Howard de Walden continues to see high demand for its prime retail and food and beverage space, and we continue to work hard to ensure a diverse and exciting brand mix is offered to our visitors, local residents and businesses.”
Shelley Simpson, Mud Australia Founder and Creative Director, said: “Mud Australia is delighted to extend its presence across London with the opening of our second store in Marylebone Village. This vibrant and friendly neighborhood is the perfect location for us to showcase our handmade porcelain products alongside a diverse stretch of shops, restaurants, and cafes.”