KINGSGATE is finally full.
The last empty shop unit has now been taken by independent clothing company Adrenaline Junkie.
The move means Huddersfield town centre's newest retail centre will be firing on all cylinders in the run-up to Christmas.
Adrenaline Junkie has taken a unit next to holiday firm Going Places.
The new store will open early next month.
And it is certainly set to stand out - with its striking purple and lime green decor.
It will focus on "board" fashions popular among young people and inspired by extreme sports such as snowboarding, surfing and mountain biking.
The company, run by Upper Hopton couple Chris and Shaz Batley, already has a store at Xcape, the snowboarding centre in Castleford.
Mr Batley revealed that he had considered opening a store at Sheffield's Meadowhall - but decided that Kingsgate was the place to be.
He said: "I just think that in the past 18 months Huddersfield has really taken off.
"There are a lot of bars and restaurants opening and the place has become busier with young people as a university town. It is a very trendy place to be.
"The Kingsgate centre seems to get busier all the time."
Mr Batley said the new store, employing about six staff, would provide a blueprint for the future.
He said: "If this works, we will certainly look to open a similar store."
Mr Batley began his career in fashion retailing in 1979 with Harry Fenton.
He set up his first company in 1986 at Daisy Hill in Dewsbury.
Kingsgate manager Jonathan Hardy said the arrival of Adrenaline Junkie made the centre complete.
It also underlined the wide variety of stores available.