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Selfridge's Accessories Hall newest additions

New brands to discover at Selfridges Accessories Hall

Selfridges have unveiled their new Accessories Hall after a six month redevelopment project. Complete with 170 brands, 440 styles of handbag and 225 small leather goods the hall has increased size making it one of the most impressive Accessories spaces in the North West.

Today also marks the launch of two new services to the Accessories Hall. Manchester’s much loved florist, Frog, will now call Selfridges home with the opening of their new concession in the space. Famous for their unique and inspiring designs, Frog are epitomised by a fresh and fun approach to floristry, revolutionising the floriculture industry in the City. In store, their team of passionate florists will be on hand to satisfy the curiosity of shoppers, sharing their in depth knowledge along with a range of beautiful flowers, plants and gifts available to take home. Frog will also be running a number of intimate workshops in-store.

Astrid & Miyu, the London-based jewellery brand which has become home of the curated ear, is to open its first permanent space outside of London within the Selfridges Accessories Hall. The space will feature a selection of their bestselling jewellery styles, including dainty-yet-edgy earrings, necklaces, rings and cuffs. The space will also include Astrid & Miyu’s hugely popular piercing service that will be open 7 days per week.

These new services, along with the recently opened San Carlo Champagne Bar and The Restory, the luxury goods restoration service, are nestled amongst the most extensive collection of designer and contemporary accessories brands. From classics such as Mulberry and YSL to famous names including an extensive collection of Christian Louboutin accessories, the boutiques of Gucci and Prada to carefully curated collections from xxx, the hall boasts over 150 brands.

For more information on the brands and events taking place within the Accessories Hall please visit here

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