The first exclusive Timberland store for women will début in Johannesburg, Hyde Park Corner tomorrow Friday 25 May. The women’s range is usually sold in conjunction with the main men’s range. An independent women’s footwear and accessories store from its male range counterpart is now available.
Timberland won the UK award for “The Best Ethical Footwear and Accessories Brand” this month. The overall design of the store has followed the Leadership in Environmental and Energy Design, an integrated sustainable design project covering the whole building and guaranteeing an environmental low impact throughout the planning, construction and maintenance stages.
The store aims to offer customers a cleaner, less prop driven environment with the main focus being on product. From the Eco label certified tiled flooring to the new technology used in the LED lighting that has been utilised as a means of conserving energy more effectively as well as enhancing the look and feel of the store.
Friday 25 May 2012
Hyde Park Corner
Shop UM59 (next to the Porsche Design store)
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