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Stradivarius opens first store in Wales

Fashion retailer Stradivarius has opened its first Welsh store at the St David’s shopping destination in Cardiff.

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Stradivarius opens first store in Wales

Situated on the Upper Grand Arcade opposite H&M,  the 5,200 foot store will stock fashion-forward clothing, footwear and accessories for women.

Established in 1994, the brand now has stores in over 60 countries.

Speaking on behalf of the St David’s Partnership, a joint venture between Landsec and Intu, Colin Flinn, regional managing director for the west, said: “The Stradivarius launch alongside the current strong fashion offering, cements St David’s as one of the leading retail locations within the UK and one which appeals to international brands wanting to expand."

Stradivarius joins a string of fashion brands that have opened at St David’s in the last 12 months, including CK Underwear, Oliver Bonas and Lovisa.  

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