Cow Vintage, the boutique fashion store, has relocated to the corner of Oldham Street and Church Street, in the Northern Quarter. The shop could previously be found at Piccadilly Plaza, but this NQ location is much more in keeping with the brand’s aesthetic and closer to its customer base (read: Hipsters). Cow Vintage specialises in ‘pre-loved’ clothes in 80s and 90s styles, and also reworked designs. The new shop is larger, covering two storeys, and is split into sections based on different trends. Although the store is predominantly for women, there is a men’s section specialising in Ralph Lauren and Lacoste shirts. Cow Vintage also has branches in Sheffield, Nottingham, and Birmingham. The company is also currently opening franchises in TopMan and TopShop.

61 Church Street, off Oldham Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, M1 1JN, 10am – 7pm (Mon-Sat), 11am – 5pm (Sun),

A. James Simpkin
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Sat 6 Sep 2014