From streetwear to designer labels, wave goodbye to the high street and say hello to some of the city’s best independent brands.
Burrows and Hare
Offering a carefully selected range of premium menswear, scents and lifestyle pieces, Burrows and Hare at Mailbox is a recent addition to the city’s independent shopping scene. With a little bit of everything from casual flannel shirts to durable backpacks, Burrows and Hare’s mantra is all about buying less, but of a higher quality.
No. 50, Pinfold Street
Established in 2011, founders and brothers 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 Birkenstocks to Stone Island jackets, No. 50 has got your casual wardrobe covered.
If you’re looking a bit more high end, Autograph on Ethel Street is a must-visit. Shop the latest designer collections, including the likes of Acne Studios, Off-White, Rick Owens and Vivienne Westwood to achieve a sleek high-fashion look.
Clements and Church
Whether you’re heading to a special occasion, searching for the perfect wedding suit for the big day or switching up your office wear, look no further than Clements and Church, where you’ll be fitted with a personalised hand-crafted suit just for you. Whatever your personal taste, the Clements and Church team will be on hand throughout your consultation to ensure you receive carefully-sourced pieces of the finest quality.
In a world full of fast fashion, Provide stands out from the crowd. Having collaborated with a variety of local artists, designers and makers in the past few years, Provide is a brand that’s Brummie through and through – always proudly flying the flag for the second city. Expect slogan tees, statement sweatshirts and even prints for your home.
For the best in premium footwear, English Brands at Mailbox is your go-to. Having opened at the luxury shopping destination just last year, this is a fairly new addition to the city, offering high-quality shoes in all shapes and sizes.
Since opening all the way back in 2012, Liquor Store has moved into a bigger residence at The Grand on Colmore Row, following the huge success of the original store in Great Western Arcade. With a clean, rustic decor, the store specialises in quality streetwear, fine heritage brands and even unique homewares for the tasteful gent.