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Vans to move into former Miss Selfridge flagship site

Footwear brand Vans have signed a leased to takeover the site previously occupied by Miss Selfridge.

Located in Oxford Street, London, Arcadia will remain the landlords of the site. Miss Selfridge will be moving into the basement of Topshop next door.

In June, a CVA was approved for Arcadia Group which included the closure of 23 stores. Separate from the restructure, the retail company planned to close 25 Evans and Miss Selfridge stores, including the Oxford Street flagship.

Arcadia was advised by Savills, while Vans owner VF Axtell was advised by CBRE and the new store will be Vans’ biggest site.

It is expected that this will be the first of a number of new tenants occupying Arcadia sites.

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