Pop-up shop to feature 30 Liverpool brands

A pop-up shop next month will see Liverpool businesswoman Amy Gwynn host 30 local brands in her two Liverpool clubs. Tony McDonough reports

Amy Gwynn
Liverpool nightclub entrepreneur Amy Gwynn, owner of Jaloux and Avenue


Liverpool businesswoman Amy Gwynn is hosting the “ultimate pop-up shop” across two Liverpool nightclubs featuring 30 local brands.

Amy previously hosted a successful pop up shop in April where 15 brands came together at her Jaloux venue. Now she will repeat the event on Saturday, July 9, from 1-5pm in Jaloux and Avenue. Both venues are in Victoria Street in the city centre.

Brands on show will include jewellery outfit Say It With Diamonds, loungewear specialist Glamify Fashion, ocal designer Francesca Couture and luxury childrenswear brand Bella Diosa.

They will be joining sustainable athleisure brand Flo Fitness, bespoke clothing brand By Esme Rose, fashion model Rebekah Doran’s brand Du U Bu and celebrity and influencer inspired Celeb Threads.

Bella Mae, who specialises in bikinis and personalised monogram fedoras and bags, and accessories and jewellery brand Muse by KMS, as well as local hair specialist Naomi Chantelle, will also be there. who has created her own paddle brushes, combs and salon quality hair products.

Other brands Etoile Luxe, Secret Garden Official, Salti Apparel, Mohokini, Moon and Stars Official, Two Eleven The Label, Wonderweft Gold and Timeless Twins. There will also be freshly made desserts by Treaty Pie.

Providing entertainment will be Jonny Crane on the saxophone and Beats By Tom playing the bongos. There will be a DJ as well as Jennifer Christine who will be serenading the crowd. Jaloux and Avenue will provide special cocktails.

Amy Gwynn said: “Back in April, I hosted a pop-up and it was just fantastic to see so many businesses coming together. Some of these brands don’t have a shop or a high street presence and are online only.

“So it gives brands and their customers an opportunity to meet in person, and customers purchasing a chance to see the items first hand and try on the clothing.

“We had the maximum capacity of pop ups at Jaloux last time and so much interest from other brands. So we wanted to expand and make this the ultimate pop up across both Jaloux and Avenue.”

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