L’Occitane calls on Dutch store designer UXUS for Regent Street makeover

By Becky Bargh 10-Nov-2017

20 years after the store opened, L’Occitane has commissioned store design expert UXUS to revamp Regent Street space ahead of Christmas

UXUS, the Dutch-based interior design company, has been tasked with recreating L’Occtaine’s 6,450sqft store in central London, UK.

Two decades after the store opened on Regent Street the brand is revamping its retail experience, with the hope of creating a more luxurious and sensorial shopping experience.

UXUS has collaborated with some of the world’s biggest brands including Bloomingdales and FutureBrand, while it has also designed the new Tate Modern extension.

Retail, Wholesale and Property Director at L’Occitane UK, said: “We are thrilled to secure our first UK Flagship store on London’s iconic Regent Street.

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“This new store will set our customers at the heart of an unforgettable retail experience which brings our beautiful brand vividly to life.”

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