Exclusive Brands Open Stores in Manchester

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The city of Manchester has its own distinct style when it comes to fashion and attracts top brands from across the UK and the world. The Exclusive British menswear label Private White VC has opened their latest store in the centre of Manchester. Private White VC is about quality; they source their materials locally and construct their clothing with care and attention. The pieces in their collections are timeless; they accompany the wearer through life. This is not disposable fashion Private White VC is a high integrity brand that makes clothes with love and appreciation.

The creative director of the brand is none other than Nick Ashley, the son of the acclaimed fashion and interior designer Laura Ashley. Nick has had an impressive career and he has worked for numerous Exclusive designer brands including, Dunhill, Kenzo and Tod’s. From Private White V.C’s collections you can see the military influence; Nick has a love of history and the military and is able to channel this love into his unique designs.

Their latest store is in a very apt setting, it couldn’t be any more perfect, it’s on the ground floor of one of Manchester’s old cotton mills and the clothes manufacturing process takes place within the factory from cutting to hand finishing. Visitors to the mill are able to take a guiding tour through the factory and see the garments in each stage of their design and production. Coinciding with the opening of their new store the brand has also launched a ladies wear collection and is now available in the Manchester outlet.

7 For all Mankind Store

Another store to recently open up in the city centre is 7 for All Mankind on New Cathedral Street. M1 1AD. 7 For All Mankind first launched in Los Angeles back in 2000 and are one of the first brands to put designer denim on the fashion map, the brand is the go to guy for a pair of perfect fitting jeans or the lifelong friend that is a leather jacket. The brand is another welcome addition to Manchester’s rapidly growing collection of high end designer stores and reflects the disposal wealth of the young professionals now studying living and working in here.

The Cathedral Street Store is on one of Manchester’s high-end shopping streets, rubbing shoulders with the likes of Hugo Boss and Burberry and Harvey Nicholls. When you enter the store your eyes are immediately drawn to the sensationally beautiful Miranda Kerr, who is the current face of the brand. The store is slick and clean, they let the clothes do the talking and Miranda Kerr keeps you gawking. The store is definitely going to be a hit with young professionals in Manchester, their designs are simple but stylish and everyone loves a great pair of fitting jeans once the slick Manchester business set remove their power suits of the office.

This buzzing city with its growing middleclass educated breed of demographic is a definite pull for designer brands to this wealth hungry city.