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What's Happening in Manchester City Centre?

What’s happening this week in Manchester…

 

High and mighty

High & Mighty are opening in the former Flannels unit on King Street, they are relocating from their existing St Mary’s Gate store and due to open on Friday 1st April.

calvin klien

The shop front is now in place for the new Calvin Klein store at The Avenue at Spinningfields.

Nigel Hall

Nigel Hall is being fitted out at the former Starbucks unit on King Street.

fred perry

Fred Perry is being refurbished on Police Street.

mango

MANGO is now closed on Market Street for their store refurbishment.

What else is happening this week….

val

Manchesters first ever Patisserie Valerie opened last week.

mac

M.A.C is now fully reopen after their concession was refurbished at House of Fraser. The window display now matches that of the Selfridges concession in Excahnge Square.

 

Plus…

  • The newly relocated Oasis store is now open in the Arndale and Warehouse next door to Oasis  has now reopened after a store refurbishment.

 

  • Schuh is now open in their new location on Market Street.

 

  • TK Maxx is now reopen in Manchester Arndale, after their store refurbishment.

 

  • Shoe Zone is now reopen in Manchester Arndale, after their store refurbishment, they have added a Stead & Simpson concession within the store

 

  • Blue Inc Clothing has closed down in Manchester Arndale and Clintons are opening in the unit.

 

  • The old Faith store in the Ardnale has now re-opened as Sugercane sweet store.

 

  • Quiz are reopening in Manchester Arndale in the former Attic unit.

 

  •  USC at Manchester Arndale has had a store refurbishment.

 

Ends/

Images by Steven Bullock

Emma Doyle / www.manchesterfashion.com

 

 

Readers' comments (2)

  • Anonymous

    Very interesting blog post. Great idea to show off what’s going on in Manchester.

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  • Emma Doyle

    Thanks! Going forward I’ll be running this blog once a month. It’s a really interesting way of finding out what’s going on in the city.

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