British designer brand reveals major headquarters move into London's White City Place
Stanhope, Mitsui Fudosan and AIMCo have announced that luxury brand Ralph & Russo will be relocating its atelier space and head office to White City Place.
The move will commence this May, with 400 of the brand’s stsff relocating to a one million sq ft business district in West London.
The arrival of Ralph & Russo is the latest in a stream of companies to take up residence at White City Place - said to be a hub for creative and tech industries in West London.
David Camp, chief executive of Stanhope, said: “Ralph & Russo are one of the most prestigious fashion houses and luxury brands in the world today, and we are delighted that they are expanding to White City.
“With one of the largest ateliers in Europe and expansion already underway, we believe White City Place is the perfect location for them to grow as a company.”
Ralph & Russo will occupy a 30,000 sq ft space within the MediaWorks building of White City Place, almost twice the size of its current atelier.
Ralph & Russo will be joining several other major organisations including the BBC, ITV, the Royal College of Art, Yoox-Net-A-Porter (YNAP) and Huckletree West.
Eiichiro Onozawa, managing director at Mitsui Fudosan, added: “The relocation of Ralph & Russo to White City Place is an example of the development of the White City area, and highlights the appeal of White City Place to businesses.
“We are excited for Ralph & Russo to become part of our growing community of creative companies.”
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