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Bec + Bridge opens four new stores, expands into WA

Contemporary womenswear label Bec + Bridge is accelerating its expansion plan in the country with the opening of four new stores, including its first WA location. 

The launch of the new stores will be completed by the end of November, growing Bec + Bridge’s store count in the country to 11. 

Followed by the launch of the Parramatta NSW store, the WA’s first Bec + Bridge has opened its doors to the public in Karrinyup Shopping Centre and is one of two stores to feature the Wedding Edit, in addition to ready-to-wear and accessories. While the Pacific Fair in QLD store is scheduled to open on October 18, the fourth store will open at Claremont Quarter in WA on November 24. 

“Opening additional boutiques felt like the next step,” said Bridget Yorston, co-founder and designer of Bec + Bridge. “The spaces are refined and have a really calming energy, and luxury feel to it. They complement our existing stores and our retail journey to date.”

These boutiques are designed by the brand’s in-house design team in collaboration with Interior Architect George Livissianis. The store design features neutral tones and clean lines and is highlighted with green onyx tabletops, and the brand’s first pink terrazzo floor. Custom-made chairs and plush daybeds will be styled throughout. 

Bec + Bridge was founded by Bec Cooper and Bridget Yorston in 2001. The brand is known for its contemporary womenswear collection, including seasonal beachwear and bridal range. 

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