Universal Works opens two London stores
Independent menswear brand Universal Works has expanded its UK footprint with the opening of two stores in London, bringing its total number of stores to four.
The brand has recently relocated in Berwick Street store to a larger unit on the same street. At 1,314 square feet, the shop is twice the size of the previous one, allowing the brand to showcase a larger selection of clothing, shoes and accessories for men.
Additionally, Universal Works is one of many brands with a presence at the new Coal Drops Yard at King’s Cross, which made its official debut this Monday. With 50 new stores, including Fred Perry, Paul Smith, Christopher Raeburn and Wolf & Badger, the new shopping quarter is poised to become a leading destination in the heart of London.
David Keyte, founder of Universal Works, commented: “We champion skilled, small-scale production and produce garments in the right place, both in the UK and overseas, working only with factories we trust, admire and are proud to be associated with.
“Just as important as the garments we create is the shopping experience. It’s important to us that this is an enjoyable process for our customers and that’s not just while they are in our stores, but also where they are located. We choose to be in vibrant areas that are full of energy and culture which is why Soho and King’s Cross are perfect for us.”
Founded in 2009, Universal Works is also stocked in over 200 retailers in the UK, Europe, Asia and North America.
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