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All Saints


Established in 1994 by Stuart Trevor, the All Saints name came from Trevor’s pseudonym, "The Saint", based on his initials “ST", and for spending much of his time on All Saints Road in London’s Notting Hill.

Best known for its leather biker jackets and dark aesthetic, All Saints has grown into a leading global fashion brand with over 130 stand-alone shops and in-store concessions worldwide with shipping to over 200 countries via AllSaints'​ e-commerce sites.

Based in East London, the brand is famous for its walls of Singer sewing machines in the windows of its stores.

Company Information
Annual Sales:


Segments / Shopping Categories:

Menswear; Womenswear; Kidswear; Accessories

Company Size (No. of Employees): 3,000
Parent Company/Key Investors:

85% owned by Lion Capital

UK Standalone Stores: 32
UK Concessions: 51
International Stores & Stockists: 179
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 242 stores and in-store concessions across 27 countries.
Key Concessions:

House of Fraser; John Lewis

Group Companies:

All Saints

Key Brands Stocked:

All Saints

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; American Express; PayPal; Amazon Pay; Giftcards

Delivery Options:

UK Standard delivery; UK Next day delivery; UK Saturday delivery; UK Sunday delivery; EU Standard delivery;

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Units C15, C17 Jack's Place, 6 Corbet Place, London E1 6NN
Head Office Telephone: 0443 449802
Key Locations:

UK; USA; South Korea

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Peter Wood (CEO)

Managing Director: Nicole Smith (Global Trading Director)
Buying Director: Tiffany Wang (Global Director Buying/Product)
Design Director: Goran Pejkoski (Womenswear Design Director)
Retail Director: Brett Johnson - Retail Director; Alexandros Kamaris - Global Director Wholesale; Franchise & Licensing
Director of E-Commerce:

Suzanne Egleton (Head of E-Commerce)

Marketing Director: Louise Henry (Global Marketing Manager)
HR Director: Helene Williamson - Global People Director; Wanda Wongsatittham - Head of People & Culture - North America;

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