Label relocate to Nuneaton’s former Co-op space

Mason Moore and Vaughan Moore | 26 July 2020

AN INDEPENDENT luxury clothing and shoe retailer in Nuneaton have moved into the former Co-operative Shoes department on Queens Road.

Label’s new Queens Road store (Mason Moore for Hinckley Free Press)

The new luxury store is named Label and is owned by local businessman Himal.

Label sell a wide array of designer brands such as Balenciaga, Off-White, Fendi, Stone Island and Versace, just to name a few.

Label used to be located in their former premises on Dugdale Street adjacent to independent pizza delivery and takeaway establishment City Pizza.

Last Friday on 17 July, Label hosted a store launch event, which seen some ‘VIP’ names attend, including former Coventry City footballer Ashley Cain to professional boxing star Amir Khan.

The designer fashion retailer is the second occupant to start trading from the former Co-operative department store.

Escape room specialists House of Escapes were the first new occupant to bring the building back to life last year from the Abbey Street side of the building in a space above the Co-op arcade.

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