Two new fash­ion shops open this week

Gloucestershire Echo - - NEWS -


IT is an ex­cit­ing time for fash­ion lovers in Chel­tenham, af­ter two more new shops opened this week.

Ur­ban Out­fit­ters and Luke 1977 both open their doors at The Brew­ery Quar­ter for the first time on Tues­day.

They are next door to each other in the part of the com­plex that fronts on to lower High Street.

And their ar­rival in the town cen­tre comes af­ter last week’s open­ing of John Lewis & Part­ners and Next in the up­per part of High Street.

The im­mi­nent open­ing of Ur­ban Out­fit­ters has been well doc­u­mented but less has been said about the launch of lux­ury menswear brand Luke 1977’s shop.

The brand’s clothes have been worn by celebri­ties in­clud­ing Rio Fer­di­nand, Gareth Bale, Will Mel­lor and Stor­mzy.

Luke al­ready has ten stores at sites in­clud­ing Birm­ing­ham’s Bull­ring, Man­ches­ter’s Arn­dale Cen­tre and West­field in Lon­don.

Demelsa Cole­man, mar­ket­ing man­ager for The Brew­ery Quar­ter, said: “This is an in­cred­i­bly ex­cit­ing time for us.

“We will have wel­comed a to­tal of seven new ten­ants since this time last year.”

She added: “We feel that this per­fectly demon­strates our con­tin­u­ing com­mit­ment to bring de­sir­able and suc­cess­ful brands to Chel­tenham.”

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