The Portman Estate has announced five diverse new additions across Chiltern Street, Old Quebec Street and New Quebec Street, boosting Portman Marylebone’s selection of conscious independent retail and leisure brands.
Independent running brand Tracksmith will open its flagship London store at 23-25 Chiltern Street while luxury menswear brand, Bryceland’s & Co. will open its flagship London store at 48 Chiltern Street.
Digitally native, independent jewellery brand Kimaï will open its first bricks-and-mortar pop-up store at 24 Chiltern Street this month. The modern, demi-fine jewellery brand uses recycled gold and lab grown diamonds for its creations.
Meanwhile, independent New York speciality coffee brand Blank Street Coffee has opened a new café at 1 Old Quebec Street. And contemporary British womenswear label, Isabel Manns, has opened a boutique pop-up store at 18 New Quebec Street.
Recently opened is artist Emma Witter’s latest exhibition ‘A Moveable Feast’ inside one of the Estate’s Georgian townhouses.
Tom Knight, portfolio director at The Portman Estate commented: “We are very excited to welcome five new independent brands to Portman Marylebone. The additions of Tracksmith, Brycelands & Co., Kimaï, Blank Street Coffee and Isabel Manns help evolve our retail and hospitality offering to enhance Marylebone’s reputation as a destination in the West End. It is fantastic that we are able to work with brands that are dedicated to environmental responsibility and aligned with The Portman Estate’s sustainability targets.
“Our new arrivals are pioneering independent British and international brands, three of which are international brands choosing to open flagship stores in Marylebone, which is testament to the strength our existing offering in the area. Our new occupiers demonstrate how London continues to grow from strength-to-strength in its retail and hospitality recovery post-pandemic.”