Tudor is about to be taken to a new level for UK customers with the opening of its first monobrand store in London early next year.
It is likely to be the first Tudor showroom to open in Europe. Currently the only territories to have monobrand boutiques are the Middle East and Asia.
The most recent opening was in Ginza, Japan (pictured top), ahead of the Rugby World Cup, at which Tudor was the official timekeeper.
There has been no announcement of plans to open Tudor monobrand stores in the United States, but the partnership with The Watches of Switzerland Group and rapidly growing momentum for the brand in this country makes it highly likely.
Tudor’s first store in Europe will be located in London’s largest shopping mall, which is home to over 300 major stores.
“We’re thrilled to announce that the first Tudor boutique in the United Kingdom is set to open its doors in 2020 as part of our store expansion plans, which we’re confident will be a thriving business for the brand,” says Craig Bolton, executive director at The Watches of Switzerland Group.
“We take great pride in working with our brand partners to showcase their products and stories in the most authentic and engaging way possible.”
A statement from Tudor adds: “Tudor is excited to work with long standing retail partners, The Watches of Switzerland Group to open our first mono-brand boutique in Europe. This will further cement a strong presence in London for Tudor as well as expand our brand awareness and network.”