Thursday February 27, 2020

Irish fashion label scores on British market

An Irish fashion house has made inroads into the British market, with luxury retailer Harvey Nichols stocking Fee G's spring/summer collection in two of its stores.

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Don Gormley and Fiona Heaney of Fee G: 'distinct design signature'. Photo: Feargal Ward

An Irish fashion house has made inroads into the British market, with news that luxury retailer Harvey Nichols will be stocking Fee G's spring/summer 2013 collection in its Leeds and Bristol stores. The Harvey Nichols branch in Dublin's Dundrum Town Centre already stocks the label and the group has quadrupled its order level for next season.

"The store has huge credibility and is a much sought-after retailer, so we are delighted and proud," said Don...

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