Beverley is home to far more small boutiques than shoppers may think. A small blue bike on Butchers Row points the way to an almost hidden vintage clothes shop, recently reopened as Fascino, incorporating a popular selling service and women’s high end designer items.
A chat with Fascino’s owner, Shelley, told us about the treasure of designer names customers can expect to find in store:
“We were originally Fascino, before deciding to go down the vintage route, but the focus on the designer items often got missed so we decided to do a full refurbishment and start showing off the great things customers can expect to find here again. We’ve stocked some huge fashion names – Chanel, Dolce & Gabbana, Alexander McQueen, Mulberry – you name it, we’ve found it!
“The best piece I’ve come across was a 1960s Balenciaga dress from Paris. Pieces by that designer are quite rare now so it was really exciting to have that in the shop.”
Fascino also offers alteration and selling services, where customers can take in their own high end items for the shop to sell on their behalf.
From clothes, gifts and home accessories to toys and joke paraphernalia, it’s incredible what Beverley’s town centre has to offer, so visit an independent retailer today.
You can find Fascino on School Lane.