Part of Fenwick’s former Bond Street department store will make way for a pop-up hosted by a multi-charity retailer.
Charity Super.Mkt will take residency in the former handbag and accessories department in February.
The charity shop – which brings together the likes of Shelter, Traid, Shaw Trust and Havens Hospices – will be open for a fortnight and host weekend events.
Some of the items on sale will be donated by designer brands which are in the process of leaving the department store.
Last January, Charity Super.Mkt opened a six-week pop-up at Brent Cross Shopping Centre in London. The pop-up on Bond Street will become the brand’s 15th.
Fenwick director of strategic partnerships Leo Fenwick said: “Partnering with Charity Super.Mkt combines many threads of our sustainability and charitable initiatives, including helping accelerate the move to a low-waste society with the reduction in textile waste, supporting opportunities for women to thrive, and partnering with charities to improve communities and the environment.”
The department store building’s new owner Lazari – which purchased the site for £430m – is set to transform it into a mixed-use development with a ground floor retail provision supported by upstairs offices.