Fat Buddha Open New Glasgow Store

Scottish clothing and art store Fat Buddha have just opened up a second store on Glasgow’s St Vincent Street. The new, much larger store will operate as the main unit, housing a number of clothing brands on the ground floor, as well as art supplies, vinyl toys and a huge selection of books.

The store looks great – anyone who visited the Bath street store will notice the significant improvement in size, allowing each brand to have their own space, including selections from Edwin, Carhartt, New Era, Eastpak and Nike. On the mezzanine level you’ll find a huge wall of books, along with a vinyl toys from Kidrobot, Amos, Medicom and more, including the biggest range of Bearbrick figures in Europe. If that wasn’t enough, there’s also a large art supplies section in the basement, filled with over 300 colours of spray paint, sketch books and canvases.

If you’re local, or just passing through, make sure you make a stop at the new store at 73 St Vincent Street, Glasgow. You can find out more about the store’s selection at Fat Buddha and in the images below. The old Bath Street store remains open as a gift shop.

Adam Scotland

One of the three founding members of THE DAILY STREET, Adam is our Editor at TDS. Adam works in the streetwear industry for Out Of Step Ltd., specialising in both USA and UK brands. He also contributes to The Hundreds website.

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  • Jack

    Well put together store, very nice. Shame I live in Kent…


    Feeling this, classic, clean, quality..now start stocking brands that represent the appearance of the shop.

  • Keano

    Was in the store for Launch night last thursday, place was banging (Sailor Jerry done the FREE bar), the space is amazing and its good to see the guys growing into a bigger space, they were carrying The Hundred & Diamond 5 years ago. Next time your in Glasgow pop by, you always get a warm welcome.

  • The Cyclist

    So thats where i left my bike! Must have had too much to drink that day!

  • The Cyclist

    Can TheBoss please explain what brands he would like to see. I’m sure the Fat Buddha staff would love to know.