Abercrombie Kids will open on August 30 at 3 Savile Row, the ex-center of Apple Records. They will pay hymn to the band by selling memorabilia in-store.
It is found across the highway from the Abercrombie Kids & Fitch flagship store. It will sell clothes and supplements for boys and girls across three bases.
Callers will be completed at the entry by glass cases featuring photos, books, papers, and a guitar autographed by Sir Paul McCartney.
Abercrombie Kids & Fitch chief executive Mike Jeffries said: “The Beatles are music codes, and we’re advantageous to be able to fan our first kid’s flagship in the UK in this site.
“We’re proud to offer our clients a unique shopping experience that respects Apple Records and is one of the multiple iconic bands of all time.”
The vendor has performed with English Heritage to restore the original historic architecture, focusing on wood paneling, ceiling details, and paint finishes.
Abercrombie Kids is showing up the construction as a fundraising venue for the Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital, which will host a dark event later in the year that will contain a £25,000 contribution from the retailer to help remodel the hospital, invest in new equipment and fund research.
The Beatles held their last public arrangement in the shelter of the building. They documented the majority of the Tolerate it Is album there.
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