The sustainability-focused fashion brand, Nobody’s Child, is officially coming to Glasgow, and they’re staying until August. Three M&S stores in Glasgow are introducing the London-based brand’s pop-up shops starting today (March 16).
The Argyle St, Glasgow Fort and Silverburn Shopping Centre stores are three of 30 to welcome the eco-conscious brand and will offer a capsule collection of 30 items consisting of signature midi and mini dresses, such as the popular customer favourites Alexa and Felicia. A range of skirts, tops and jumpsuits is also to be expected, giving visitors the chance to refresh their wardrobes for the upcoming warmer months.
Nobody’s Child was first trialled in 10 M&S stores last year and now entered into the next stage of partnership with the pop-up stores. What is more, M&S invested in the fashion label at the end of 2021 as part of their bigger ‘Brands at M&S’ strategy.
As the very first third-party brand partner to launch on M&S.com, Nobody’s Child has seen over 300,000 customers shopping every year so far. Their core signature styles are statement dresses and distinct floral prints, so a whopping two thirds of the brand’s annual sales happen during the spring and summer months. So understandably, we will have to see Nobody’s Child go come September.
Scott Munro, Regional Manager for M&S Glasgow said: “Here at M&S in Glasgow we pride ourselves on providing our customers with the latest trends and hottest products from our clothing department. We love that Nobody’s Child delivers on-trend yet eco-conscious clothing and are extremely excited to provide the shoppers of Glasgow with new designs for events and occasions this spring and summer.
Whether you have shopped Nobody’s Child previously on M&S.com or are discovering the brand for the first time, myself and the team can’t wait to show you the new addition to our clothing department over the next few months.”
The Nobody’s Child pop-up shop opens in M&S Argyle St, Glasgow Fort and Silverburn today (March 16), yet fashion lovers can also shop on M&S.com for a free ‘click and collect’ to over 700 stores.