Esprit to close Norwich store meanwhile a new branch of Boux Avenue is to open in Chapelfield
Clothing chain Esprit is to shut its Norwich store.
The Esprit shop in Chapelfield shopping centre is currently holding a closing down sale, and customers are being told the store will shut on March 24.
Meanwhile shoppers can look forward to lingerie brand Boux Avenue opening up a new shop in Chapelfield.
Boux Avenue, which sells nightwear, lingerie and swimwear, is due to open its shop in Chapelfield in April, and the chain currently has eight other stores across the country.
Esprit will continue to have an outlet at Jarrold in Norwich.
The Esprit group operates more than 800 retail stores worldwide and the brand is sold in more than 40 countries.
The Esprit brand was born in San Francisco in 1968 when Susie and Doug Tompkins started selling Esprit clothes out of the back of their station waggon.
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Earlier this year it was also reported that the clothes stores Oasis and Mango would be closing their stores in Chapelfield.