Womenswear label EAST comes to Witney
Shoppers in Witney will have a new label to turn to when boosting their winter wardrobes, as womenswear brand EAST opens for business.
Well known for its distinctive clothing and accessories, EAST was founded in 1994, and today has grown to 101 outlets, with 65 stores and 36 concessions across the UK - having recently celebrated hitting the 100 store milestone. The EAST philosophy centres on designing fashion for women who love individual designs crafted in beautiful fabrics with an Eastern feel, and the collection continues to be influenced by the time honoured traditions of the Far East - with intricate embroidery and hand block printing still being mainstays of the collection.
Suzi Spink, Chief Operating Officer for EAST said: "We're delighted to be opening a new store in Witney, and having visited the town a number of times I'm sure that the local residents are going to appreciate the beautiful clothing and accessories we offer at EAST."
As winter draws in, EAST has everything you need to update your wardrobe for the months ahead, with new capsule collections landing regularly in store. From 40's style floral dresses and lightweight Fair Isle knits to embroidered tunics and flattering jersey tops, EAST's Autumn/Winter collection will take you through the colder months in style. Rich jewel shades of plums and teals sit alongside pretty prints, and EAST's range of handbags, scarves, jewellery and footwear - which is a new addition to EAST's offering this season - will ensure shoppers can put the finishing touches to any outfit.
EAST's Witney store is open from 20th October at 11a Marriotts Walk Shopping Centre, Witney, OX28 6GW. Visit www.east.co.uk for further information.
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