Chinti & Parker Pops-Up at Bicester Village

Chinti & Parker Pops-Up at Bicester Village



Much-loved London-based Chinti & Parker has opened a pop-up store in Bicester Village perfectly timed for spring and to coincide with International Women’s Day offering a capsule of some of the brand’s iconic knits, tees and elevated wardrobe staples.

Established just back in 2009 by cousins Anna Singh and Rachael Wood, Chinti & Parker was founded with a core offering of effortless contemporary wear designed to empower women and balance master craftsmanship with the playful and free-spirited ethos echoed throughout its collections.




Spanning across stylish daywear in luxe fabrics and thoughtfully designed separates, the Bicester Village pop-up will run for three months and evokes the edgy-yet-refined aesthetic the brand is at affinity with.

Marking the pop-up, Chinti & Parker has launched a line of limited-edition repurposed knits constructed from the surplus cashmere yarns leftover from previous seasons. Luxurious and sustainable, the collection sees three versatile shapes produced in a palette of vivid bright colours and have been produced in small quantities exclusively available from the store.





Bicester Village is conveniently located just 46 minutes from London and is home to over 130 boutiques from the finest designer brands in the world all with savings of up to 60% off the Recommended Retail Price all year round.

Celebrating its twentieth anniversary in 2015, the village is one of eleven Chic Outlet Shopping villages in Europe. Offering a VIP shopping experience, Bicester Village can also arrange hands-free shopping, valet parking and has recently opened a VIP Lounge that can be booked in advance upon request.



Since opening in 1995, Bicester has become the ultimate designer outlet centre in Europe and receives new stock on a daily basis with most of the stores carrying a new collection each season.





The easiest way to reach Bicester Village is via its own train station, connecting visitors from London Marylebone to the village in just 46 minutes, the station was part of a £130 million investment to create new links between Oxford and London.

The Chinti & Parker pop up is open from now and will run for three months, prices for the Repurposed Collection start from £125

Text By Jaz Grewal

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