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Mie Style owner closes Bishop's Stortford town centre boutique in business restructure




Tracey Calvert in her Mie Style store in Riverside Walk soon after opening last year Picture: Vikki Lince (7214103)
Tracey Calvert in her Mie Style store in Riverside Walk soon after opening last year Picture: Vikki Lince (7214103)

Bishop’s Stortford boutique owner Tracey Calvert has restructured her Mie Style business and shut her shop in the town centre.

She moved Mie Style to Riverside Walk, off South Street, almost a year ago from the Hockerill Street premises now occupied by the Wiggly Willow café, after first opening in April 2016.

The mother of three, who has used her clothing range to raise thousands of pounds for breast cancer research charities through fashion events, said after the February 9 closure: “I have restructured my business. I am now working from my studio at home. I will still be doing my charity fashion shows, ladies' charity lunches, parties and events.

“I will have open house on Saturdays and by appointment during the week. I’m still online but the website www.mie-style.uk is being updated for spring/summer at the moment.”

Tracey, a former designer for Valentina of London who attended the London College of Fashion and the University of the Arts, has a degree in fashion and clothing technology.



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