A new shop by nationwide fashion and lifestyle brand White Stuff has launched in Buxton, just in time for Christmas.
The store at 40–42 Spring Gardens opened today (Thursday) and features a mix of clothing, footwear and accessories for men and women, and homeware.
Previously two separate premises occupied by Vodafone and Phones4U, they have been combined and refitted to create a double-width unit.
A spokesperson for White Stuff commented: “The shop showcases the brand’s unique and creative approach to interiors and display and is designed with the shop’s architecture in mind.
“There are reclaimed architectural features and bespoke furniture and fittings throughout, as well as a custom-designed staircase and screen print gallery of designs created by our in-house design team, and there is a full-sized sweet shop cash desk.”
An official opening party is scheduled to take place in January.
The company, which opened its first store in London in 1991, is almost as well-known for its charity work. Every year it commits to donating at least one per cent of its annual profits to charity, and shops regularly help raise money with fundraising events. White Stuff Buxton has been partnered with charity High Peak Community Arts.
White Stuff has over 90 shops and 39 UK concessions (within John Lewis, House of Fraser and other independents); five concessions in Germany, two stand-alone shops in Denmark; 175 UK Wholesale stockist and over 330 international wholesale stockists.
For more details, visit www.whitestuff.com.