Crew Clothing takes its inspiration from the British coast and carries a range of polo shirts, blazers and rugby tops featuring its brand mark of crossed oars.
The official opening of its Dalton Park outlet took place today, Thursday, June 16, and the store celebrated with complimentary striped canvas shopping bags for customers who spent £50 or more, as well as a gin taster experience in partnership with Salcombe Gin.
Dalton Park centre manager Richard Kaye is delighted with the newest arrival: “We are thrilled to welcome Crew Clothing to Dalton Park and we are expecting it to be a hugely popular part of our shopping experience.
Sunderland institution The Old Vestry still going strong as it serves up new menu
Meet the new Top Model of Sunderland as she lifts the crown at annual contest
'Decadent' new Sunderland burger named after Edwardian architect part of new food offering at The Peacock
Dive into new Surf Social event at Seaburn beach in latest event at Sunderland seafront
New exhibition raises a glass to the colourful history of Pyrex in Sunderland, one hundred years on
“Crew Clothing is all about coastal-inspired lifestyle wear and we know from talking to our guests that this is the kind of brand that they want, particularly with our location just a stone’s throw from the idyllic Durham Heritage Coast.
“The new store has been beautifully designed and their entire product range is available at outlet prices, something which is an increasingly important consideration given the rising costs of living.
“The recruitment of seven permanent members of staff is also great news for our local area, demonstrating our commitment to investing in local people and services and we wish them all the very best for the launch.”
Crew Clothing is the first of a number of new arrivals at Dalton Park this summer. Shoe store Skechers is due to open a branch outlet store later in the summer, with another two other brands to be announced in the coming weeks.