Tesco aims to be the world’s leading, affordable fashion retailer. They delight in sourcing quality products from suppliers that they are proud to work with and with whom they work in true partnership. We are also proud to be associated with such an aspirational client, in supplying equipment design for this blue-chip development.
What Tesco wanted
F&F at Tesco has established itself as a leading brand in fashion online and on the high street. They have over 7,000 styles including dresses, suits, coats, shoes and school uniforms and they are now taking on the likes of New Look, TopShop and Primark with a new stand-alone clothing concept store. They needed an experienced fixtures design company to match and exceed the standards set in store design by their biggest competitors – so they turned to Q4.
What Q4 created
Q4 developed all the fixtures, including lighting systems, furniture and perimeter cladding from concept to prototypes, as well as trial equipment. We also provided total fixture supply and project management for their Prague Palladium trial store.
What we achieved
Q4 adequately met the intent set by Tesco’s design consultants, as well as supplying a de-specified version of our plans for the final rollout. In utilising our sustainable production policies, we were able to support Tesco in reducing their social and environmental impact and confronting the challenges facing the fashion industry, both now and in the future.