Tonic15 returns to Angel Central with new pop-up
Korean beauty retailer Tonic15 has opened its second pop-up within North London’s Angel Central mall following its successful introduction earlier in the year during the centre’s ‘East in Angel’ festival.
“With K-Beauty significantly rising in popularity”, the retailer said it has chosen Angel Central to host a dedicated space “to continue to capture the attention of beauty-conscious consumers”. The 801 sq ft store has been designed by the retailer’s in-house team, and will be open until the New Year.
It features a wide range of Korean beauty and skincare brands such as Corsx, Klairs, Dr Ceuracle and Aromatica, as well as offering curated workshops and experiential events to engage the consumers.
Ciara Daffy, Asset Manager at mall’s operator CBRE Investment Management, added: “The launch of Tonic15 demonstrates our successful strategy in providing unique brands and experiences for our local community, and how these activations continue to deliver for months ahead. Due to the success and popularity of Tonic15’s pop-up earlier in the year, we saw an opportunity to collaborate once again and extend our retail offer within Angel Central. With community remaining front-of-mind, we are confident that this store will be yet another success.”
CBRE also said Japanese general merchandise/apparel retailer Muji has refurbished its Angel Central store with its sustainability-focused improvements “championing ‘recycle and repurpose’ initiatives”.
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