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As Dublin flagship store opens, Remus Uomo plans growth

The company, which has been in business for three generations, is opening a new franchise in Nottingham this week.

12th November, 2017
Adam Finlay of Remus Uomo in the brand’s new Dublin flagship store Picture: Fergal Phillips

Remus Uomo, the Italian-inspired menswear fashion brand based in Belfast, will open in new locations in Ireland and Britain by Christmas and is eyeing up two further European expansions.

The company, which has been in business for three generations, is opening a new franchise in Nottingham this week. Adam Finlay, director of Douglas & Grahame, the company that founded Remus Uomo, said the company was also investigating opportunities in the Netherlands and Latvia. “The Netherlands...

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