Folk & Ba&sh open stores in Soho, while Pineapple relocates flagship

ELIAS JAHSHAN | April 4, 2019

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London’s Soho has this week seen the arrival of two well-known fashion brands while another relocated its UK flagship.Contemporary British fashion and lifestyle brand Folk has opened its latest store on Berwick Street, a locale that is becoming known for its independent labels.The new store marks Folks’ fifth bricks-and-mortar shop.Meanwhile, French womenswear brand Ba&sh is poised to open a store on Beak Street, within stone’s throw of the Carnaby area.The 1250sq ft store will open this month and marks Ba&sh’s first bricks-and-mortar store in the UK.On the other end of Soho, Pineapple Dance Studio has moved its flagship UK clothing store to a more prominent location at 8 Mercer Walk in Covent Garden.

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