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Introducing- Bishop Phillpott Archive!

Something exciting has just launched in store and we couldn't wait to share it with you!

You may remember a couple of years ago we decided to do a pre-loved pop up sale in our upstairs space in aid of the Disaster's Emergency Committee Ukraine Appeal, it was a huge success raising over £4,000 for the charities thanks to your kind donations of pre-loved clothes and to those who popped in on the day.

Since then we've been asked many times whether we have thought about selling pre-loved items in store, and the truth is it's something we've been thinking of for a few years now. It's something we've seen really capture people's attention over the last couple of years, as shoppers move towards a more sustainable way of shopping. And with the many luxury brands and the likes of Liberty creating pre-loved/ hiring platforms we are excited about this move towards the fashion industry being a little bit more conscious. It's taken us some time and careful planning, but we are happy to say that this week we are launching the Bishop Phillpott Archive in store!

The Bishop Phillpott Archive is a carefully curated collection of high quality pre-loved items from all the luxury labels you know and love including the likes of Weekend MaxMara, Paul Smith and Essentiel to name a few. It has been so important to us when doing this that we have located a beautiful selection of items that we know you will love and wear, giving them a new life in your own wardrobe. We've meticulously searched and checked pieces over to ensure that they are of the highest pre-loved quality so that you can enjoy wearing them for years to come.

We've got some gorgeous pieces to take a look at, from beautiful dresses to luxurious cashmere, trousers to silk blouses, all at a fraction of their previous price, so do pop in store and have a browse!

We hope that in the future the Bishop Phillpott Archive will continue to grow and develop into something that we feel is a small step towards helping to maintain a more sustainable fashion industry, so please do spread the word!


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