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Mamma mia - Italian fashion brand is coming to Woodbridge

PUBLISHED: 17:13 30 August 2018 | UPDATED: 17:13 30 August 2018

Autumn-Winter Collection from James Lakeland

Autumn-Winter Collection from James Lakeland

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Fashion brand James Lakeland has joined forces with Woodbridge boutique, Darcy B and will be bringing fine Italian women’s tailoring lines to the town.

Darcy B boutique, Woodbridge is going to have a James Lakeland concessionDarcy B boutique, Woodbridge is going to have a James Lakeland concession

Independent store Darcy B is at 23 Market Hill in the heart of Woodbridge, surrounded by other niche shops and restaurants.

James Lakeland is opening a concession in Darcy B.

From September it will offer a collection of printed dresses, faux fur coats, tailored trousers and fine knits.

James Lakeland willl showcase its new AW Collection within the Suffolk store.

Fashion brand James Lakeland is coming to WoodbridgeFashion brand James Lakeland is coming to Woodbridge

Denise Potter, owner of Darcy B, said: “I am ecstatic to have James Lakeland here in Woodbridge.

“He has a very exciting range of fashion.

“He used to be in Palmers in Bury St Edmunds, until it closed. I hope his fashions will attract my existing customers and new clientelle from as far as West Suffolk.”

Independent trader Denise has had a store on the Market Hill for 17 years and her second outlet, Darcy B in Framlingham for 16 years.

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