UK retailer Neon Sheep has opened its newest UK store at Trinity Leeds. This marks the eleventh store for the brand since its debut in 2017.
Neon Sheep is the brainchild of Mountain Warehouse founder Mark Neale, who drew inspiration for the stationery, gift, accessories and homeware brand from high-street successes like Tiger, Hema, Smiggle and Oliver Bonas.
The funky lifestyle brand opened initially in the south east in 2017, with stores in Ealing Broadway shopping centre and Festival Place shopping centre in Basingstoke. The brand now has eleven stores across the country, including in central London, Cambridge, Kendal, Swindon, St Albans, Stratford upon Avon, and now Leeds.
Neon Sheep area manager Camilla Harvey said: “We’re delighted to be opening our newest member of the flock in the wonderful city of Leeds. We can’t wait to share our vibrant brand with the local area and spread some cheer with our quirky products.”
David Maddison, centre manager at Trinity Leeds, said: “Neon Sheep is the perfect addition to Trinity Leeds. Shoppers will be spoiled for choice with cool cards and stationery, trendy homeware and fun gifts. We’re really pleased to add Neon Sheep to Trinity Leeds’ already diverse offering.”
The brand also has kiosks, at locations in Keswick, Mumbles in Wales, Fraddon, and Aviemore in Scotland.
Neon Sheep aims to stock fun, fashionable pieces for millennials who love trend-led stationery. Designed by the brand’s London-based in-house team, hero pieces include crown-tipped pens in rose gold, marble and glitter water bottles, and two-way sequin notebooks.
The new 1614 square foot store’s address is : Unit 2.05, Trinity Leeds, 30 Albion St, Leeds LS1 6HX.