The British brand, owned by the Pepe Jeans group, will launch a brand new flagship store at number 14 of London's emblematic street of tailors.
Hackett makes his way on Savile Row. The brand, controlled by Pepe Jeans, will open a flagship store in the iconic London street, the mecca of tailoring. The Hackett London store will open at number 14 of Savile Row and will offer tailored suits and limited collections, in addition to the garments of the continuous collection, as announced by The Evening Standard.
Hackett will occupy the premises where Hardy Amies previously operated. In January, Hackett launched a new clothing collection, known as HKT, focused to a more urban and young customer.
The company, owned by the Pepe Jeans group, has 160 stores around the world. Pepe Jeans concluded the last fiscal year (completed in March 2018), with a decrease of 2% in sales and 1% in its gross operating result (ebitda). For its part, Hackett billed 165 million euros.