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Life Story

This recently opened design and homeware store is situated on Broughton Street, which is in one of the city’s most vibrant areas. Owners Fee and Adam Storey have drawn on their experiences of the worlds of fashion and commercial interiors, and under the influence of Scandinavian minimalism and Japanese culture, have carefully curated a unique range of prints, clothing and gifts. There is often a sleeping sausage dog behind the counter.

Covet

Hidden away down the cobbles of Thistle Street, Covet has made a name for itself as the go-to for women’s handbags, jewellery and accessories. With bespoke goods from a range of young brands, this is the perfect answer for present buying and personal splurges.

Armstrong's

Whether it’s for a fancy-dress costume or a beautiful cashmere jumper, this is an Aladdin’s cave of vintage treasures just waiting to be rediscovered and loved.

Life Story

Covet

Armstrong's

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