THE COMPANY that brought us fast fashion in 90 minutes isn't letting the grass grow under its feet in 2013.
Warehouse is stealing a march on its competitors with a spring collection that combines catwalk style with more purse-friendly price-tags. Its latest campaign bridges the gap between the seasons with a series of versatile separates and monochrome dresses.
The label, whose fans include the Duchess of Cambridge, Claudia Winkleman, Holly Willoughby and Andy Murray's girlfriend Kim Sears, remains true to its bohemian roots but adds a some sharp tailoring for the new season.
There's lots of crochet, fringing and embroidery, colour block coats that look more like luxury labels than high street designs, and oversized accessories that will add individualism to any outfit.
Its versatile tunics, meanwhile, can be worn with opaque tights or cigarette pants in winter, and with leggings or bare legs in summer.
The company – owned by the Aurora Fashions group that's also home to Oasis and Coast – has introduced a 90-minute delivery option costing £7.99.
Glasgow is one of the few cities around the UK to offer this option.
Warehouse, which first opened in London in 1976, has reported a strong festive trading performance with like-for-like sales up 7% in the five weeks before Christmas.
Garments featured in its Spring/Summer 2013 campaign will be rolled out in shops over the coming months.
FOR INFO: 0870 122 8813 or visit www.warehouse.co.uk
There are standalone stores in Buchanan Galleries (0141 353 0030), Braehead (0141 885 9096), Silverburn (0141 881 8520), Glasgow Fort (0141 771 7168), as well as concessions within House of Fraser, and Debenhams in Argyle Street, East Kilbride and Ayr.