08:02AM, Wednesday 27 November 2013
Brothers Dan and Alexander Jessey are continuing their fight back after the closure of the family business a year ago.
John Goodwin Menswear shop in Peascod Street fell victim to the recession 2012, closing after 55 years in Windsor.
But on Thursday, the brothers launched their new Black Label range at Jungs Cafe, which now operates on the site of their family's old shop.
They now share the premises with the cafe, providing a personal 'by appointment' service to individual customers. Last week's launch of their own range at a reception held in the cafe took the new venture a stage further.
Alex said: “John Goodwin has been in this building for fifty years and it’s great to continue that tradition."
Dan said: “We’ve been creating new relationships with highly respected clothing manufacturers, primarily in Italy to bring lots of choice to our customers.”
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