The sustainable clothing brand which is a registered charity supporting the Aegis Trust has eight stores in Nottingham city and 15 across the East Midlands and an online store.
The West Bridgford store is currently being fitted out at the former Shelter shop on Central Avenue.
White Rose Recycled Fashion was established as a social enterprise in 2009 by two creative Nottingham Trent University graduates who say they were truly inspired by the work of Aegis Trust, which is supported by White Rose.
The organisation describes itself as: ‘White Rose, a charity shop with a difference, offers lovingly hand-picked recycled clothes; men’s recycled fashion, women’s recycled fashion and kids recycled fashion. White Rose values people, our planet and clothing, in a manner reflective of the organisational values.’
‘Our emphasis on high quality, handpicked recycled fashion has led to the stores and online shop to being in high demand.
‘We feature branded and even new fashion items for sale, meaning you can get your hands on luxury second-hand designer clothing without the premium price tag.
‘Additionally, our online and retail stores are constantly being updated with fresh, new lines with hundreds of new items added into each store every day, so you’re always sure to find something perfectly suited to you.’
In March this year the brand opened its eight Nottingham store in the Victoria Centre.
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