A POPULAR vintage clothes shop has announced it is moving.

Beyond Retro is relocating from its Vine Street warehouse to a new store in Gloucester Road, Brighton.

The venue was previously the Bathstore in the heart of the North Laine.

The new shop will have more than 10,000 unique vintage pieces at any one time.

Staff said they were “continuing their mission to inspire individuality in a sustainable way” and were thrilled about their new venture in the city.

“We’re so excited to continue the Beyond Retro journey in our new space in Brighton,” said Hugo Harris, store manager.

“We love being part of a city that champions unique and sustainable lifestyles, and has a lot of fun while doing it.

“We hope to offer more handpicked, trend-led pieces to even more people.”

The new Beyond Retro Brighton outpost will continue to offer a huge range of one-off pieces, with key wardrobe staples from every era from the 1940s to the 2000s. Inspired by catwalks, street style, the Beyond Retro team and most importantly, their customers, the brand’s curated collection is always on trend and affordable.

Mr Harris said with must-have brands such as Levi’s, Adidas, Carhartt, Dr Martens and more, customers can expect not only quantity, but quality at a price range to suit every budget.

He added: “Shifting with local and global style, Beyond Retro’s product remains relevant and fashion forward, with pieces from the past.

“Brighton has been a cherished home of ours for ten years now and we’re thrilled to celebrate such a milestone by moving into a fresh space, close to some of our favourite creative businesses in the city.

“Our Brighton customers and team inspire us so much and we can’t wait for the new prospects Gloucester Road will bring.”

The shop will open on Wednesday.

There will be a launch party from 6pm open to the public, featuring a full line-up of Brighton-based businesses, including beer from Brighton Bier, pizza from Fatto e Mano, nail art by Alice Mc and drag performances including Arran Shurvinton, Rococo Chanel and Lydia L’Scabies.

There is also a moving sale in the shop’s current space in Vine Street, starting today.

Thousands of pieces will have slashed prices.

Entry is free and the store will be open every day until Tuesday.