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Brand new Oliver Bonas store launches in Bluewater today with opening event

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The new 3,272 square feet store, located on the Lower Guildhall, is the latest opening by the popular lifestyle brand and the store will offer the “widest selection of products available in the region.”

News Shopper: The new store in Bluewater will offer the “widest selection of products available in the region.”The new store in Bluewater will offer the “widest selection of products available in the region.” (Image: Umpf)

In celebration of the new launch, the brand has partnered with Living Things to offer the first visitors complimentary alcohol-free drinks along with an in-store DJ between 12pm and 4pm today (April 20)

The brand was founded in 1993 and to date has 87 stores across the UK, now including Bluewater.

The store will sell a range of items including fashion, homeware and gifts.

News Shopper: The store will sell a range of items including fashion, homeware and gifts.The store will sell a range of items including fashion, homeware and gifts. (Image: Umpf)

James Waugh, Centre Director at Bluewater, commented: “Oliver Bonas is a brand that our guests have told us they were keen to shop at in Bluewater for some time, and we’re excited to be finally welcoming them to our retail line-up.

“The new store will have been worth the wait for our guests, as we’re proud to say this is the largest Oliver Bonas in the region, with the widest range of products on offer.

“We know our guests will love the array of designs available in the new store.”

News Shopper: The new 3,272 square feet store is located on the Lower Guildhall in Bluewater.The new 3,272 square feet store is located on the Lower Guildhall in Bluewater. (Image: Umpf)

Oliver Tress, Founder of Oliver Bonas, said: “We are excited to be expanding our presence into Bluewater Shopping Centre. We’re not just opening a new store; we’re creating an uplifting space where curated design meets community, and we’re inviting people to come and explore, and to discover unique finds and a joyful experience.”

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