Luca Faloni London Store Image: The Howard de Walden Estate
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Luca Faloni chooses Marylebone Village for its Flagship store in London

The Italian luxury menswear brand, Luca Faloni, has chosen Marylebone High Street, in the heart of Marylebone Village, for its flagship store in London.

The brand opened a pop-up store last year at 107-108 Marylebone High Street and has now signed a 10-year lease on the 1,700 sq ft unit with the area’s landlord, The Howard de Walden Estate.

Jenny Casebourne, Retail and Restaurant Director at The Howard de Walden Estate, comments: “Last year’s pop-up was an immediate success, and Luca Faloni has become a great addition to the Marylebone Village mix of fashion, food and leisure. The Estate is delighted that they have chosen Marylebone Village as the location for their flagship store.”

Luca Faloni was founded in 2013 and specialises in Italian-crafted designer cashmere, leather, linen and brushed cotton goods.


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