The best independent menswear in Birmingham

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From streetwear to designer labels, wave goodbye to the high street and say hello to some of the city’s best independent brands.

No. 50, Pinfold Street

Established in 2011, founders and brother Jamie and Jordan Quinn have since built an independent brand which offers key pieces for outdoor life. Located just a few minutes walk from New Street Station, No. 50 prides itself on a strong heritage, attention to detail and passion for a brand built on family values. From Calvin Klein joggers to Cheap Monday tees, No. 50 has got your casual wear covered.

Autograph, Ethel Street

To shop the latest designer collections, head to Autograph and take your pick of the luxury brands it has to offer; with Vivienne Westwood, Paul Smith and Off-White to name a few.


Through collaborations across the city and limited edition pieces, Provide focuses on quality not quantity. Creativity is of the utmost importance to this independent brand and in a world full of fast fashion, Provide takes pride in working alongside small artists over a duration of time.

Liquor Store, Colmore Row

Since opening in 2012, Liquor Store has recently moved into a bigger residence at The Grand on Colmore Row due to the success of the original store in Great Western Arcade. With clean, rustic decor, the store specialises in quality streetwear and heritage brands but also sells unique homewares for the tasteful gent.

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