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M&S to announce its next six guest brands

Marks and Spencer, clothing and grocery brand is soon due to announce the six brands it will have as "guests" to sell on its website Marksandspencer.com.

This is part of a drive by chief exectutive Steve Rowe to revamp the business after lockdown.

It is thought that there will a selection of items sold by Cornish based ethically sourced fashion brand Celtic and Co. There will also be items sold by Jones the Bootmaker and Fat Face.

Albaray, the womenswear brand owned by Next is also in the lineup. Children's clothing brand Frugi and outdoorwear brand Craghoppers finish up the latest arrangement of companies chosen to spice up Marks and Spencer's offering.

The company has previously featured Hobbs, Phase Eight, Smiggle, Clarks and Nobody's Child in its roster of guest brands.

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