A new store is coming to Marlow High Street this Autumn as a family-owned streetwear retailer will open its doors.

Opening in September, Hypescape is set to open its first-ever bricks and mortar store offering a range of products from luxury bags to artist-signed skateboards, prints and sculptures.

The store will stock brands such as Palm Angels, Off White, Supreme, HUF, Diet Starts Monday, The Hundreds, Gaia Gaia, Louis Vuitton and Rimowa.

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Founded by mother, father and daughter Isabelle, Guillaume, and Valentine Meniaud, a family of retailers for 20 years, Hypescape will join their existing successful, French-style boutique, Un Dimanche À Paris in the heart of Marlow.

Valentine Meniaud, founder and manager said: “Streetwear drops often sell out in seconds, so to be able to bring those exclusive products to Marlow is really exciting.

“This will be our first bricks and mortar location and Marlow, being a beautiful and busy town, is the perfect fit for what we hope to achieve.”

“The closest streetwear destinations currently are located in London, so the store will bring something that is completely different to anything else on the high street."


Hypescape will open in September

Hypescape will open in September


With an owner in the field of interior design, the store itself will be vibrant and eye-catching with streetwear highly influenced by art, sport, and music.

The store interior will be inspired by artists such as Basquiat, Banksy and Keith Haring with art pieces adorning the walls.

In addition, the store will host a Supreme arcade where visitors can play all three of the Mortal Kombat games, which cannot be found in any London street store, and will give visitors the full experience.

Robert Martin, Leasing Manager at Sorbon Estates said: “We are always looking for tenants who can offer something different to the picturesque town of Marlow and Hypescape brings a fresh and youthful feel.

“There is a strong market for high-end exclusive products, so there is no doubt that it will be a huge success with locals and visitors alike.”

Also coming to Marlow's High Street this Autumn is Keeeps, a new pottery store opening after a successful pop-up window ran in the town.
Keeeps will take over the White House from Jack Wills selling unique, handmade pottery with an upstairs workshop where visitors can get hands-on with clay.