Resurrection is a long established business selling branded casual and streetwear fashion clothing, accessories and footwear for men and women. Founded in 1991, Resurrection Clothing has grown from a small vintage clothes shop in Quiggins, Liverpool, into a gargantuan 11, 000 sq ft store, now in Bold Street. The company has maintained a strong identity and quirkiness with new stock and brands whilst keeping their individuality. Resurrection launched their e-commerce website in November 2009 and now sell all their products online as well.
The product range covers wellknown brands such as Sugarhill, Amplified, House of the Gods and Rare, as well as some unique and unusual vintage fashion items.
Over the years most major Liverpool bands including The Zutons and The Coral have become regular customers of Resurrection. Some of the other famous customers include Paul Weller, Dennis Edwards and Samuel L Jackson. Most touring bands such as The View tend to find their way to Resurrection and return to buy clothing each time they visit the city. During the MTV Music Awards in Liverpool Jared Leto found time to browse the shop and updated his wardrobe. Resurrection also regularly supplies costumes for films and television programs such as HollyOaks.
Recent customer reviews
|A very interesting selection of clothes and helpful friendly service.|
|Good service, rectified a problem I had with an order. |
|I hate wearing the same things as everyone else, and it's getting harder to shop at independent stores since Liverpool One brought every chain under the sun to the city! I've watched so many independent shops close during the credit crunch, and I'm really pleased that this one is not only still here but is getting bigger and better! |
So many quirky brands, and cool shoes, and one off vintage pieces. This shop is my first port of call when looking for going out and staying in clothes. You can also rely on the staff to give an honest opinion about what suits you, and sizing etc.
So much cheaper than Topshop but still bags of style, and so much more individual than Primark. Ace!