Selfridges has completed the second phase of its Accessories Hall masterplan revealing an expanded contemporary accessories space as well as the arrival of The Restory and the opening of the new San Carlo Champagne Bar.
The second of the three-phase unveiling of Selfridges’ new Accessories Hall now sees an increased contemporary offer adding to the lavish mix of luxury designer accessories labels housed in the transformed phase one space opened earlier in April. The new contemporary offer, unparalleled outside Selfridges, includes a comprehensive selection of accessible luxury brands such Coach, Danse Lente, DKNY, Elleme, Kate Spade, Kurt Geiger, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, See By Chloe, Staud, Strathberry, Vivienne Westwood and Yuzefi.
The new contemporary space also welcomes new services courtesy of The Restory, the London based luxury one-stop repair shop which will open its very first destination outside the capital. The Restory is a one-of-a-kind service proposition that expands the possibilities of a shoe repair shop to deliver top-flight restoration services for any quality leather or fabric accessory including recolouring, re-stitching, embellishment and, when feasible and requested, design alterations.
To accompany all of this, the San Carlo Champagne Bar will serve an expertly curated champagne, prosecco, wine and cocktail list, with more than ten choices of champagne and prosecco. The menu will also feature 18 of the best gins from Manchester and across the globe and a range of elegant, bespoke low and no alcohol cocktails and beer.