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Anthropologie

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Part of the URBN family, Anthropologie is the grown up sister to the younger Urban Outfitters. Based in Philadelphia, the womenswear brand is known for its creative, eclectic and curated pieces offering a full lifestyle experience.

Founded in 1992, the brand launched its mail-order catalog and website in 1998 and eleven years later, its first international stores opened in Canada and UK. When Haynes, the founder, realised his original female clientele were outgrowing the younger trends and were in need of a different type of lifestyle store, Anthropologie was born. He named it after his college major albeit with a decidedly French twist.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

$1.472 billion

Segments / Shopping Categories:

lingerie; underwear; swimwear; activewear; womenswear; accessories

Parent Company/Key Investors:

URBN (Urban Outfitters Inc.)

UK Standalone Stores: 7
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 226
Group Companies:

Anthropologie; Urban Outfitters; Free People; Vetri Family; BHLDN; Terrain

Key Brands Stocked:

Anthropologie; Terrain; BHLDN

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
24 West Street, London WC2H 9NA
Head Office Telephone: 020 3219 8900
Key Locations:

USA; UK; Canada; Germany

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Richard A. Hayne (CEO)

Managing Director: Peter Ruis - Managing Director of International; Hillary Super - President; Apparel & Accessorises
Buying Director: Gill McCulloch
Design Director: Bernice Kelly
Digital Director: Demo Lymberopoulos - Executive Director E-Commerce & OmniChannel Digital; Brandon Ancone - Digital Design Director
Marketing Director: Jami (Evans) Long - Head of Global Marketing; Charlotte Brett - Marketing Director
HR Director: Devinder Dhillon

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