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In pictures: End opens in Glasgow

Designer menswear independent End has opened a store in Glasgow.

The 3,500 sq ft store, which is spread across three floors, is in the former Post Office building at 196 Ingram Street.  

It is End’s second store. The retailer was established in Newcastle in 2005 by Christiaan Ashworth and John Parker. Last October, it moved to a new flagship in the city, at 133-137 Grainger Street.

Echoing the Newcastle flagship, the basement floor of the Glasgow store houses sportswear and Japanese brands, the ground floor features contemporary menswear, and the first floor offers luxury collections from French designers.

It was designed in partnership with London-based consultancy Brinkworth.



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