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New store opens at Gloucester Quays

Gloucester Quays has welcomed a new arrival, with menswear retailer Eden opening its doors last weekend.

Eden is said to be a growing fashion outlet that is devoted to featuring top-quality premium brands, both casual and formal wear without the premium price-tag.

It is believed the new store will stock brands suck as Lyle & Scott, Jack & Jones, Original Penguin, Luke, Nicce and Cavani.

Job adverts suggest the new store has employed nine full and part time members of staff including a store manager and sales assistants.

Eden's opening follows the recent announcement of the return of Fat Face after leaving the Quays in 2020, as well as many other longstanding fashion tenants including Calvin Klein, Crew Clothing, Jack Wills, Joules, Levis and The North Face.

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