Native Youth comes to Cottonopolis

Native Youth is popping up at Cottonopolis for its biannual Sample Sale in the Northern Quarter on Friday.

By Steven Pankhurst | 25 May 2017

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Native Youth is one of Manchester’s hidden gems. The fashion brand launched in 2012 with the intent to bridge the gap between high street and affordable luxury, Native Youth specialise in seasonal collections with premium fabrics, signature prints, easy-to-wear staples and classic shapes.

Recently crowned the 2016 Drapers ‘Young Fashion Brand of the Year’, the brand is popping up at Cottonopolis for its biannual Sample Sale in the Northern Quarter. The sale will feature one-off pieces, designs from current and previous seasons and the odd experiment piece. Spot goodie bags will be handed out on the day as well as a collaboration with Black Milk,  providing ‘Worker Bee’ shakes to customers spending over £40.

Prices start at just £3 & up to 80% off RRP. Friday 26th May | 11am – 5pm | FREE ENTRY

Following on from this, Native Youth with be showcasing their AW17 collection and campaign at Cottonopolis.

Autumn / Winter 2017 by Native Youth tells a story inspired by day’s progression from dawn to night. A palette of light blues and greys intensifies into an Autumnal range of rusts, olives and indigo tones. The latter part of the collection introduces dark shades of grey, black and navys interlaced with pops of burgundy and teal.

Colourblocking is prominent throughout and strong prints inject colour, movement and expression into both the men’s and women’s collections. This creates a coherent collection that is further enhanced by gender neutral pieces such as the Apex parka and Youth tee.

FREE ENTRY | FREE DRINK on arrival 5.30pm – 7pm