Rumours have been rumouring. Defined by Ward as “the most probable” sight for the new Harrods is China.
Will Harrods take China?
Where will our next luxury shopping destination be, the realm of dreams and eccentric goods covered by gold dust?
Michael Ward, the CEO, defined China as “the most probable” location, no mention has been made to the chosen city but we are thinking Shanghai according to sources that navigate close to Harrods’ waters. One thing is for sure, although now Harrods offers even pricey fossils as subliminal luxury goods to buy (or look at as most mortals do at Harrods), it will not fossilize itself in London. The Asian market is blooming and Shanghai is the most futuristic city, a good companion to have next to its historic London location. Between two worlds and two cities. The game is not over yet, will it be, or will we be taken aback by surprise? Any bets or suggestions about the city you would like to see the greatest new Harrods in?
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