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UK - London - Knightsbridge: Harvey Nichols
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Harvey Nichols, founded in 1813, is an upmarket department store chain. Its flagship store, pictured here, is in Knightsbridge, but it has expanded to other cities in Egnland and as far as Saudi Arabia and Dublin. It offers many of the world's most prestigious brands in womenswear, menswear, accessories, beauty, food, and home. In addition to its fashion retailing business, Harvey Nichols redeveloped the top floor to create a restaurant, bar, café, wine shop, and foodmarket. It attracts younger shoppers than its rival Harrods but tends to be more expensive.
In 1813, Benjamin Harvey opened a linen shop in a terraced house on the corner of Knightsbridge and Sloane Street in London. The business passed on to Harvey's daughter in 1820 on the understanding that she go into partnership with Colonel Nichols, selling Oriental carpets, silks, and luxury goods alongside the linens. In 1919, Harvey Nichols was bought by Debenhams and in 1985 became part of the Burton Group. In 1991, the store was acquired by Dickson Concepts, an international retailer and distributor of branded luxury goods based in Hong Kong and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange. In April 1996, Harvey Nichols obtained a full listing on the London Stock Exchange and for next seven years, remained a listed company. February 2003, however, saw the controversial return of Harvey Nichols to private ownership. The store is now owned by the Hong Kong-based businessman Dr. Dickson Poon.
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UK - Windsor: Windsor Royal Shopping
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Set amidst the grandeur of the refurbished Victorian railway station, Windsor Royal Shopping offers more than 40 exciting shops ranging from quality fashion to quality homeware and gifts. With continental style cafes and restaurants it is the perfect place to sip a cappuccino, soak up the atmosphere and watch the world go by.