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LoveT Apparel

41a Bond Street
Brighton
Sussex
BN1 1RD
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LoveT Apparel is established in Brighton as a independant retail outlet for urban apparel.

Our exclusive collections include King Apparel, Lot29, Crown Holder, Artful Dodger, ECKO, Akademiks, Addict, New Era Caps, Shmack, Timberland, Time is Money, Evisu Jeans, Fila footwear and Ed Hardy.

The LoveT Apparel retail outlet can be found at 41 Bond Street in the heart of Brighton. We offer the best urban designers online and in-store with free delivery and secure online payments.

Many items are limited edition with a guarantee of excellent craftsmanship at a fair price. Please read below for some great deals and competitions.

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