The shops on board our new Queen will feature many familiar names, but some new ones will join them. An impressive addition to the line up is Fortnum & Mason, who will open the first-ever sea-going branch.
Since 1707 Fortnum & Mason has been the quintessential English store, situated in the heart of London’s Piccadilly, and issued with three Royal warrants. The branch on board Queen Elizabeth will offer unique foods, gift wear and award-winning hampers.
Guests on board Queen Elizabeth will also be able to purchase brands that have never before been available at sea. Our Cunarder will be the only ship in the world to feature the following luxury products:
•Hackett: Men’s designer clothing by Hackett of London are known as producers of the finest authentic and classic menswear; ‘The home of the essential British kit’.
•Harris Tweed are world renowned for their genuine hand-woven Scottish woollen fabrics.
•Anya Hindmarch is the English fashion accessories designer who always had a passion for bespoke details and Queen Elizabeth will feature the latest designs on board.
•Chopard: For 150 years Chopard has offered watches and jewellery of exceptional quality, exclusively created to the highest standards in Geneva. To celebrate the launch of Queen Elizabeth the company has produced the ‘Chopard Queen Elizabeth watch’ – a limited edition watch combining the dual branding of Chopard and Cunard.
•Penhaligons have been issued with two Royal warrants and their products are made in England using the finest rare ingredients from bergamot to jasmine.
•Aspinal of London was founded on the fundamental premise of offering their customers the most beautiful objects of unsurpassed quality and design for home and living.
This is what two of our new stores will look like: