A MULTI-MILLION pound female-led fashion economy business is to set up shop for the first time in Chester.

Sisters and Seekers, set up in 2017 by sisters Alice and Maisie Jones, has attracted huge interest in its first few years, attracting a national and international audience through its fashion collections.

The Doe collection.

The Doe collection.

Alice, 26 and Maisie, 22, are both directors and lead designers at the firm, which is based in Llay Industrial Estate on the outskirts of Wrexham.

Currently, they have been trading online only, but from October 4-10, shoppers will be able to see the fashion ranges at the Chester Pop-Up shop in St Michael's Row, Grosvenor Precinct.

The Companion brand.

The Companion brand.

Alice and Maisie said: "We are so excited to be able to offer an in-store experience for our customers who have only been able to shop our products online since the closure of Topshop.

"The opportunity to open a pop-up local to our HQ was something we couldn’t miss - ourselves and the team love new challenges and working in new environments.

Menswear brand Brother & Kin.

Menswear brand Brother & Kin.

"Everyone will be getting stuck in for a week packed full of showcasing brand new pieces, surprises in store and sneak peeks at upcoming drops. It’s not to be missed - you heard it here first."

Sisters & Seekers has had its clothes on a number of large celebrities and influencers including Clean Bandit, Rochelle Hulmes, Ellie Goulding, Maya Jama, Mollie King, Ashley Roberts to name just a few!

In its 2019 financial year, the business took a revenue of £3 million.

The Terminal set.

The Terminal set.

The firm specialises in selling slow-release collections.

A spokesperson for the firm said: "We don’t really see ourselves as a fast-fashion business as we release collections of around 30 pieces monthly and each collection tells a story, we love to communicate with our customers and always want to stay in touch with what they want and especially factor in the current climate and social activity.

The Doe collection.

The Doe collection.

"We have previously sold in Topshop but withdrew before the closure of Arcadia but also sell our products on ASOS, however the Pop Up will be the first time that customers can experience our products in our own physical space.

"We will be including all of our styles, including pieces from our older and best-selling collections including our 'Terminal Set', The DOE Collection and our signature slogan tees as well as our new collections that will have just launched in time for the pop-up.

"We also have a menswear brand, Brother and Kin, which will also be available to shop in the store for the first time, for our male customers."

Menswear brand Brother & Kin.

Menswear brand Brother & Kin.

Sisters & Seekers is also planning to work with local Chester businesses as part of the week-long event.

For more information on Sisters & Seekers, visit https://sistersandseekers.com/ or follow the firm's Instagram page on https://www.instagram.com/sistersandseekers/