Following the successful opening of their Piccadilly store, the city gets a bigger Bonas

A MERE four months after its highly successful opening in Piccadilly station, Oliver Bonas launches its second and largest store in Manchester today (Friday 17 February).

Oliver Bonas' popularity in Manchester looks set to continue to soar.

Away from the train station's passing trade, the fashion and lifestyle brand will settle into a far more accessible and fashionable spot at Bank House, in the former Joy boutique unit - opposite Zara and close to & Other Stories (which also made its Manchester debut last year).

Set across three floors, it’s the largest Oliver Bonas store outside London. While the new store is not an official flagship for the young retailer, the hip Manchester branch features all items in the brand’s entire lifestyle catalogue including its popular furniture lines.

With a modern, urban, contemporary fit-out, the shop has certified cool. From luxe womenswear pieces to pop-art prints and golden pineapples, it is an Instagrammer’s haven. Inside, you'll also find Oliver Bonas’ own specially created beauty line along with unique gift ideas. 

“With its heritage as the centre of textile trade and rich variety of architecture, Manchester is a British design capital and a natural home for an Oliver Bonas,” declared a spokesperson ahead of its first Manchester opening.

As Bank House continues to show signs of revival with several new openings, Oliver Bonas' popularity in Manchester looks set to continue to soar.

You can also shop the Oliver Bonas range online