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Cardiff Fashion Quarter is open

Split Ends boutique has a vast collection of vintage bargains

Cardiff’s latest sartorial addition landed on Womanby Street this month and the response from vintage shop lovers has been exceptional.

Cardiff Fashion Quarter (CFQ) opened its doors on 20 October with a day of entertainment and fashion showcasing the new venue’s array of vintage and independent clothing, art and collectables.

Housed inside Cardiff’s defunct Castle Cinema, the CFQ has given a permanent home to two floors worth of independent retailers who had formally traded at markets around the city.

Boutique owner Emily Kline thinks it’s been incredibly popular with everyone who’s visited so far, “Some girls have nearly screamed they got so excited.”

“It’s really cosy, has a good atmosphere and that’s what we wanted”

Cardiff Fashion Quarter is open 7 days a week. 

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