A POPULAR shoe retailer has announced it is reopening its city centre store this week.

Size? will reopen the doors to its 96sq ft store in North Street, Brighton, on Friday after major refurbishment works were completed.

It will house an extensive range of exclusive, designer footwear collections, apparel and accessories.

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The shop has been designed by London-based design company Brinkworth, who say the interior wooden panelling and arcade style signage has been inspired by Brighton’s coastal surrounding and the Palace Pier.

A spokesman for Size? said the reopening of the Brighton store coincides with the launch of new concept stores in Glasgow and Newcastle.

He said: “Brighton remains to offer top class customer service, providing a range of size? experts who provide in-depth product knowledge to customers both in-store and from the comfort of their own home.

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“The store also offers transactional kiosks allowing shoppers to order stock from the brand’s extensive online range.”

Size? will be open from 10am-6pm Monday to Saturday and from 11am to 5pm on Sundays.

To celebrate the re-opening, the store is joining with Brighton nightclub Patterns to host a live in-store DJ session.

The event will take place Saturday, July 10 at a reduced capacity and access will be available for ticket holders only.

A limited number of guestlist spots will be available from Size? Brighton at a first come first serve basis from 9am on Friday.

Size? first launched as a brand in 2000 and prides itself on providing “expert knowledge” on its products.

The brand has stores across the UK including London, Leeds, Liverpool, Bristol and Nottingham.