Nobody’s Child London pop-ups mark “significant growth into physical retail”

23rd May 2023 | Jack Oliver

Nobody’s Child is set to open three pop-up stores in London this summer, as the retailer looks to expand further into physical retail.

The online womenswear retailer will launch stores in Covent Garden, King’s Road, and Spitalfields.

Nobody’s Child currently operates a flagship store on Carnaby Street.

This follows a large injection of funding from high street giant Marks & Spencer in April, which was intended to aid the brand in its UK and international expansion.

M&S also struck a deal which welcomed the brand to 30 of its stores in 400 sq ft concessions.

The brand said it is expecting further growth during the summer months.

Jody Plows, chief executive of Nobody’s Child, said: “Opening more retail space allows our community to access the brand like never before. At Nobody’s Child, we continue to strive to make an impact via our responsible collections which are accessible to all women.

“There is plenty to come for Nobody’s Child growth for the rest of 2023 both in the UK and Internationally, so we are thrilled to announce these 3 pop-ups today as part of that journey.”


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