Bespoke goods shop Made It Hitchin to stay open permanently
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A pop-up shop for bespoke goods is set to stay open beyond Christmas after getting a great reception from the community.
Tony Miceli from TrueGents barbers opened Made It Hitchin in Bucklersbury last month as a temporary venture – renting out shelf space to create a one-stop treasure trove of quality craft items and more.
He says the response has been amazing, and that the shop will stay open for good.
Tony told the Comet: “I’ve worked all over the UK, but after a few weeks in the shop I fully understand the appeal Hitchin has. Made It Hitchin aims to support the local quality craftsman and help keep Hitchin’s unique identity.”
The latest talent to take up a space in the shop is fashion designer Luke Archer.
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Made It Hitchin also stocks hair products, aftershave and grooming kit from Italian brand Luxina, for which Tony has secured UK rights.
For more, have a look at facebook.com/madeithitchin.
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