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BEE Inspired, an online clothing brand that boasts Lionel Messi, Roberto Firmino and Luis Suarez as fans is set to open its first ever ‘bricks and mortar’ store in Glasgow’s award-winning retail and leisure destination, Princes Square.

Singer and songwriter Craig David, Josh Taylor (IBF Junior welter weight world champion) and popular actor and star of Line of Duty, Martin Compston are also well known fans of Bee Inspired.

Bee Inspired, which was formed by former footballers Steven Robb and Mark Corcoran in 2013, is the UK’s fastestgrowing streetwear brand and has built up a rapidly growing global customer base trading from its popular online presence.  The opening of their limited edition store in the popular Princes Square is the next phase of the exciting business’s growth.

In just six years the business has grown from a small bedroom start-up to become an international street wear brand producing; tees, jeans, jackets, hoodies, sweats and footwear. The company boasts over 175,000 Instagram followers and 700,000 ‘likes’ on Facebook and recently moved into a brand new 66,000 Sq ft global distribution warehouse in Glasgow.

Katie Moody from Princes Square said: “Bee Inspired is one of the most talked about current streetwear brands and we’re delighted that they’ve chosen Princes Square as home to its first ever physical retail space.  Princes Square is well-known for its fashion retailers and having an exciting brand like Bee Inspired will be welcomed by our visitors.”

Steven Robb from Bee Inspired said: “We’ve had customers begging us for years to open up a store, so now felt like the perfect time with the brand growing so rapidly on a global scale. We put so much time and energy into getting the details and quality spot on, and sometimes our customers don’t get to experience that until they’ve got their products. With the store we have the chance to let our customers interact with our products first hand and see how each piece fits. The store is really going to bring our brand to life and we can’t wait to welcome customers through the door.”

Princes Square has prided itself on leading the retail and leisure environment in Glasgow’s vibrant city centre for 30 years and brands like; Kate Spade New York, Vivienne Westwood, Space NK, COS, Everyman Cinemas and Eden Mill’s Blendworks experience already bring a unique destination to the city.

With over 25 retailers and 12 eateries, Princes Square is Glasgow’s premier shopping destination. Located in the heart of the city’s bustling Buchanan Street, the mall provides a shopping haven to lovers of high street and designer fashion, beauty, jewellery, homewares and lifestyle brands while its wide range of bars, restaurants and cafes offers something for every palate.

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