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Next and Ted Baker in childrenswear deal

Fashion retailer Ted Baker has signed a five-year deal with Next to produce and sell Ted Baker childrenswear from spring 2020.

The two companies are set to work together on products, selling them through Next's retail and wholesale business and Ted Baker's websites.

The partnership covers clothes, shoes and accessories for babies and children, reports Retail Gazette.

It replaces Ted Baker's childrenswear licensing deal with Debenhams, which will end in February.

The news comes just months after Next opened a brand new Next store at the Peel Centre in Gloucester as part of the wider £14 million regeneration scheme by Peel Land and Property.

The eye-catching glass-fronted building is one of Next's new-look "dual-format" stores, the first in the South West of England, and includes two mezzanine floors, covering 28,000 sq ft, plus a café. It sells a wide range of furniture and homeware as well as clothing.

Ted Baker opened a new outlet store in Gloucester Quays in June 2017.

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