Community Clothing has announced they will be opening a pop-up store on King Street for the Christmas period.
Founded in Lancashire in 2016 the brand offers quality, affordable, everyday clothing, whilst supporting jobs in the local community.
All garments are designed and engineered for perfect utility and manufactured in factories using the highest quality materials.
Owner Patrick Grant said: “Every garment that bears our name is made in the North-West. We work with 28 UK factories, 16 of which are within a short drive of central Manchester.
“We thought King Street was the perfect place to launch our pop-up right in the very heart of such an iconic shopping district.”
In the store, customers will find everyday garments for men and women including socks, t shirts, sweatshirts, jumpers, jeans, chinos and a wide range of outerwear.
Patrick added: “We put local, ethical, sustainable and socially conscious practices at the heart of our business. Our affordable, everyday clothing allows everyone the chance to feel great about buying clothes again.”
The pop-up initiative is in place, with support of landlord DTZ Investors and is part of a wider rolling pop-up opportunity to provide a range of exciting brands to animate this popular shopping street.
The Community Clothing pop-up store will be located at 58 King Street and will open on 26th November closing on 8th December 2019.