Sorbon Estates welcomes Made in Chelsea star’s clothing pop-up back to Marlow

JAM Industries, a lifestyle brand launched by Made in Chelsea star Andy Jordan and his family, has returned to Marlow High Street for the second year running.

The lifestyle brand, which has four other outlets across London, Salcombe, Padstow, and Dartmouth, will re-occupy Sorbon Estates' commercial premises on 64 High Street, which have been newly refurbished and extended to 1,600 sq ft since JAM Industries last occupied them between the end of 2018 and the beginning of 2019.  

The brand, set up by the Jordan family seven years ago, specialises in comfortable and stylish clothing for men and women, skilfully creating surf-style-inspired yet timeless pieces for every day that appeal to people of all ages.

Andy Jordan, Co-founder of JAM Industries, said: "Marlow wasn't originally on our radar last year, but mum is from the area and after a lunch date in the Ivy, she saw this unit and got straight on the phone to us. As a result, we secured a pop-up space with Sorbon and couldn't believe how well the store was received. The brand continues to go from strength to strength with this opening coming off the back of our strongest sales week since we launched in 2012. Marlow forms an integral part of that success, and we couldn't be more excited to re-open here."

Ed Davidson, Leasing Manager at Sorbon Estates, said: "It's great to have such and exciting brand back on Marlow High Street. JAM Industries continues to epitomise the traits of a successful modern retailer: nimble, lean and opportunistic. We can't wait to see how the concept has evolved since last year and wish them continued success over this Christmas period in Marlow." 

Sorbon Estates was advised on the deal by Smart 4 and KLM.

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