Abercrombie & Fitch plans to open a children's store on London's Savile Row, which is a street that has been associated with bespoke tailoring for 200 years. However, the Brits are not happy about it; many local tailors are speaking out against the opening and fighting to keep chain stores away from this historic street.

"Opening a kids store on Savile Row is a somewhat bizarre thing to do. It's a fairly narrow street, it's got its own atmosphere to it," said Mark Henderson, chairman of heritage tailor Gieves & Hawkes. "It's just fundamentally a mistake from Abercrombie - they don't get everything right."

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