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Head to Clarks' first-ever dedicated men’s showcase

British shoemaker Clarks is launching its first ever dedicated men’s showcase in the form of a pop-up store in Covent Garden. For three weeks from 23 October you’ll be able to browse the high-street favourite’s AW14 collection within a completely unique venue that is inspired by the union of Clarks craftsmanship and contemporary design.

Showcasing formal and casual styles, the new range provides a reinterpretation of classics with an unrivalled attention to detail and quality. Highlights include the Gatley Walk with its sleek lines and masculine aesthetic while Scandinavian influences come through on the Monmart Walk with its contemporary chestnut leather. There’s a genuinely retro feel to traditional styles. 

This pop-up marks a determined investment in Clarks menswear brand so head to 55 Neal Street in the heart of Seven Dials for a relaxed and unique shopping experience.

Clarks pop-up will run from 23rd October – 16th November 2014 at 55 Neal Street, Seven Dials, Covent Garden, London. 

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