Location of Fat Face confirmed in Howard Centre, Welwyn Garden City

PUBLISHED: 09:36 16 February 2016 | UPDATED: 09:46 16 February 2016

Fat Face boards up in the Howard Centre

Fat Face boards up in the Howard Centre


Boards have gone up in the Howard Centre where the new Fat Face will be.

Fat Face boards in the Howard CentreFat Face boards in the Howard Centre

Fat Face will be in the unit between Clintons and the new H&M on the ground floor.

It is replacing Sports Direct, and will open in spring 2016.

The new store is advertising for jobs as a retail store manager, store supervisor, store crew and retail assistant store manager.

Fat Face was founded in 1988 in the French Alps, when two British men printed sweatshirts and sold them out of the back of a campervan.

Now the company produces clothing and accessories for men, women and children which are designed in their headquarters in Hampshire.

There are over 200 Fat Face stores across the UK and Ireland.

Fat Face states online: “We might be a fast-paced retailer, but we ensure that our clothing is carefully designed and crafted. Our product teams travel the globe to attend shows, visit suppliers but also for inspiration.

“Whether it’s a short or long lead time, we react to customer demand whilst ensuring that our products are produced responsibly and ethically.

“We’re a passionate and energetic bunch at Fat Face with a great ‘work hard – play hard’ attitude.”

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