GUCCI is recognised worldwide for its classic double G logo on its leather goods - the Gucci brand is known for its uniquely bold designs. One of his first jobs was as a porter at the Savoy hotel in London where he became obsessed with the glamorous suitcases that the guests arrived with from all over the world. This inspired Guccio Gucci to open his Italian fashion label in 1921. We have just recieved our 2021 summer collection so pop into store for a try on.
Launching in Glasgow in 1987, Ted Baker fast became the place to buy some of the very best contemporary menswear. Since then, Ted Baker has grown into a global lifestyle brand. Quintessentially British, the brand is recognised for its quirky designs and distinctive use of pattern, print and colour. From the brand’s beginning, Ted Baker had a unique sense of humour which made the brand stand out with their first stores providing a laundry service for every shirt purchased – something that gained the quickly growing brand the title of ‘No Ordinary Designer Label’
Dolce&Gabbana, established in 1985, is one of the leading international brands in the fashion and luxury goods sector.
Founders Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have always been the creative and stylistic sources for all the brand's activities, as well as the main coordinators of the development strategies, formulated to bring about balanced growth on a global scale and focus on the core business.
The solid DNA and heritage are two elements that are recognized in an absolute way to Dolce&Gabbana Brand, therefore, always reiterated in every action of the brand.
PRADA glasses epitomise the values laid out by Miuccia Prada - each pair of Prada frames hold their own unique style with a nod to high luxury. With instantly recognisable artistic designs, Prada eyewear comprises bold styling, modern shapes and classic colours combined through undeniable quality. Prada glasses excel with sophisticated craftsmanship through their use of cellulose acetate which is one of the highest quality of acetate. Through the brand’s use of coloured, shiny and sometimes eccentric patterns Prada offers an extremely modern vision of fashion.