The new shop will be located on the lower floor of Trinity Leeds and will be part of the centre's BLK BX retail experience. Standing for black box, this permanent space in the retail centre offers brands from fashion, music, art, technology and design rotating pop-up stores, allowing customers an opportunity to sample their physical shop.
Damaged Society was founded in 2012, originally trading as Asylum Industries stores. With shops located around the UK including Glasgow, Edinburgh, Bristol and Nottingham, they now bring their alternative fashion brand to Trinity Leeds. As well as their own streetwear collection, Damaged Society stock ranges from a number of popular lifestyle fashion brands such as Vans, Dr Martens, Fearless Illustration, Element and The Ragged Priest. Their shop also stocks footwear, accessories including belts, bags, sunglasses and jewellery, plus homeware items too.
Visitors to a Damaged Society shop can buy a range of merchandise from their favourite bands, movies and more to celebrate the best in pop culture. Whether you are a Harry Potter fan, are in to Disney, love Star Wars or yearn for the days of Monty Python, you can celebrate them all with the range of merchandise offered. Similarly, if you are in to your music Damaged Society stocks a huge range of items covering all music styles from Eminem to Motorhead, Ed Sheeran to Iron Maiden and much more. Hoodies, t-shirts, caps, backpacks and logo rings are just some of the offerings fans can buy of their favourite pop culture icons.
Shoppers at Trinity Leeds have over 120 national and international branded stores to browse, with Damaged Society the latest offering. The retail centre provides a space for new and established brands from around the world and the UK to engage with customers in-store. The centre also provides a platform for local and international artists to display their artwork and designs around the mall. The BLK BX element of Trinity Leeds is carefully designed to offer visitors an immersive experience where well known international brands trade alongside up and coming new brands in a contemporary retail setting.
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