Super cool, branded menswear for the young, alternative male now available on
the second floor of Manchester’s favourite retail institution.
Co-founded by a retail specialist and a visual artist, the store will be home to exclusive
streetwear products from across the globe. Showcasing brands not yet represented in the UK, Jutah Studios, brings a unique offering to the table. Inspired by their time spent living in Berlin and Japan, co-founders Emile Kulis and Connie Page seek to bring international fashion to the heart of Manchester.
“Some of the most exciting trends take root outside of the UK. Unless you have the cash to nip to the US for your favourite hand crafted patch or Sweden for your scandi fashion fix, you are forced to buy online, pay for shipping and wait for your goods. Not anymore. We have made it our mission to stock only the coolest merch from around the world so you can look and touch before buying. You can also feel pretty smug about the fact that you may have snagged the only one of its kind in the UK.” Emile Kulis – Co-founder Jutah Studios All this and at an affordable price point. The likes of Kanye West are fast morphing the essence
All this and at an affordable price point. The likes of Kanye West are fast morphing the essence of streetwear but Jutah are reclaiming the original mission; independent designers, personal, expression and accessible pricing. Product including patches, pins, and zines as well as clothing can be picked up from brands such as Cheap Monday, Black Craft, Doomsday Society, Nightwatch and Shrimp Sauce to name just a few.
Jutah Studios will be hosting their open house launch party on Wednesday 12 October. Doors will open at 7pm at Twenty Twenty Two. Go down and check out some product, hear
about the brands, drink, boogie, ping-to-the-pong and mingle. There will also be a chance to get your paws on some apparel!! Entry is free.