5 new shop openings in Norwich to look forward to
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Norwich's high street is about to get some fresh blood with everything from top multinationals to small independents moving into the city.
Here are five clothing stores opening in Norwich to get excited about.
Owned by King's Lynn-based lifestyle brand Atlantic Folk, Izola is a new skincare and fragrance brand opening in the Royal Arcade.
All of Atlantic Folk's products are made at the King’s Lynn headquarters with the vast majority of materials being sourced in the UK.
This American lifestyle retailer offers a "well-curated mix of on-trend women’s and men’s clothes" as well as accessories, beauty products and vintage clothing.
It will be opening in 2023 in the former Carluccio's unit on the upper ground floor of Chantry Place overlooking Chantry Square.
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This surfwear brand sells clothing for women, men and children with designs inspired by the coastline and the lifestyle they love.
The new store from the Devon-based company will be opening near the White Lion Street entrance to Castle Quarter.
This ethical fashion brand famous for its dungarees has announced it is opening its third store in Norwich this summer with the location yet to be confirmed.
Lucy & Yak sells dungarees, tees, jeans, hoodies, accessories and more using sustainable fabrics and vibrant prints.
Juni & Co
Like Izola, this new company is also moving into one of the Royal Arcade's empty units.
Juni & Co will be offering "carefully curated" products that aim to showcase "the best in beauty and wellness".