Founded by Dale Allman and former Wade Smith manager John-Paul Cooper, Union 22 was opened in 2017 and has now expanded its retail space to accommodate a wider range of designer labels
Liverpool menswear retailer Union 22 is to expand its store in Victoria Street in the city centre.
The outlet, founded by Dale Allman and former Wade Smith manager John-Paul Cooper, opened in 2017 and has now expanded its retail space to accommodate a wider range of designer labels.
The entire first floor of the stop has been revamped and opened up to the public as the company seeks to offer a “better boutique shopping experience”.
Union 22 claims to offer a collection of clothing unavailable elsewhere in the city which are personally selected by Dale and John-Paul from regular buying trips to Italy.
Ermenegildo Zegna, Brioni and Santoni are just some of the top brands now exclusively available.
Mr Cooper said: “Union 22 has proven popular with the city’s fashion lovers since we opened last year.
“Our store expansion allows us to offer an even better boutique shopping experience and increase the range of designer labels available. This is just the beginning as we’d love to grow the Union 22 brand even further.”