Fashion designer to sell clothes from modified ice cream van
5:32pm Tuesday 3rd September 2013 in News
EDENFIELD fashion designer Henry Holland is returning to Manchester next month to sell his clothing from the back of a modified ice cream van.
Henry, aged 30, will be flogging new pieces from his House of Holland label from the van – given a zany makeover and renamed ‘Mr Quiffy’ in celebration of his signature hairstyle.
On Saturday September 7, ‘Mr Quiffy’ will park on King Street in Manchester to dispense a capsule collection of t-shirts, skirts, shorts, caps, eyewear, jewellery, scarves and iPhone covers, and Henry said: “The ice cream van has been such a brilliant initiative for us and it has been so insightful to see people’s reactions to the concept and the product.
“Being my hometown, I am especially excited about the van visiting Manchester and cannot wait to hear what customers think.”
Henry, a former pupil at Edenfield Primary School and Bury Grammar School, is famous for his tongue-in-cheek slogan T-shirts.
He launched his label House of Holland in 2008 and since 2010 has also designed H! By Henry Holland – a high street collection for Debenhams.
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