YANA Vintage Clothing, a small business based in Andover, will be opening up its own unit in the heart of the Chantry Centre on the 1st October, after having been a part of an Emporium based on Bridge Street.
The vintage clothes shop boasts a pre-loved motto, and buying in bulk, keeping prices down for customers, selling American and vintage clothes at great prices. This motto will resonate into the Chantry Centre as the shop opens on the 1st October as part of the shop’s Grand Opening Event.
Richard Yandell, the owner of YANA Vintage Clothing, said, “I am really proud to be opening up the new shop in the Centre. I want to say a big thank you to everyone who has supported me on this journey to the point I can say I have my own shop, especially Test Valley Borough Council and the team at the Chantry Centre, who made the unit a possibility.”
The owner is inviting everyone to the Grand Opening Event, currently to be attended by the Mayor of Test Valley, Cllr Alan Dowden and his Mayor, Cllr Celia Dowden, alongside Cllr Phil North, the Leader of Test Valley Borough Council. The event will run from 11am until 6pm, and light refreshments will be served in the morning for all guests.
To find out more about YANA Vintage Clothing, visit www.facebook.com/yanavintageandover