New clothing concessions include Soletrader, menswear brand Boy London, and sustainable brands Ninety Percent and Colorful Standard.
At its Bond Street store in central London, Fenwick is launching The Studio – a wellness and lifestyle area on the lower-ground floor that will include a concession for bicycle and cyclingwear retailer Velorution and running specialist brand On.
The retailer is also exploring new uses of outdoor space for dining opportunities, including new vegan restaurant 123V by Michelin starred chef Alexis Gauthier.
Meanwhile, Fenwick is providing independent restaurants and artisanal food suppliers a place in their store through local food pop-ups and the Fenwick Exchange market. It ran a similar market model at Christmas.
Fenwick said it is working closely with local authorities and the British Retail Consortium to ensure it is a Covid-secure place to shop. Safety precautions include limited numbers in store, a one-way system in store, social distancing, screens and face coverings for colleagues and increased cleaning.
John Edgar, Fenwick CEO, said: “We are really looking forward to welcoming our communities safely back to Fenwick from Monday. We’ll be reopening with lots of new brands and experiences across our stores, including al fresco dining options, and a new wellness space and vegan restaurant at Bond Street. We are also going to be supporting local independent businesses to reach new customers through our pop-up market experience showcasing local artisans and producers.
“The last few months have been a challenging time for retailers across the country, but we are hopeful that this will be the start of a new chapter for our local high streets, as families, friends and communities come back together to dine, shop and socialise safely.”