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Clothes producer opens his own shop
9:00am Wednesday 7th August 2013 in News
A CLOTHES manufacturer has opened his own shop to suit and boot the men of Andover.
After 25 years of producing clothes for labels such as Mulberry, Ted Baker, Fat Face and Crew, Bob Swan, with the help of his partner Lulu Goss, has turned his hand to running his own shop.
End of the Line, in Upper High Street, sells tailored suits and jackets and shirts made with liberty prints and using Japanese, French and Italian fabrics.
The shop also stocks a range of denim, twills and knitwear.
Bob, who started his retail career at Browns in London before helping to shape the menswear collections of French Connection, told the Andover Advertiser: “We want to be able to supply great clothes for the men in and around Andover that will prove stylish and will last.
“These aren’t clothes that will date next year, they will stand the test of time and are for the professional men in and around Andover that don’t need a logo to express the confidence in the way they dress.
“Add the fact that there are some great deals to be had as a start-up offer such as two trousers available for each suit, and cashmere knits reduced as are most of the shirts, and we don’t think you can go wrong.”
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