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Philip Chaimo and Sophia Ciampa established the Apricot brand in 2007. They realised there was a gap in the market for an affordable womenswear brand based on prints. In just over a decade, Apricot, now, has 12 standalone stores as well as over 800 concessions globally. Apricot aspires to deliver what every woman's wardrobe needs - from well produced staples, through to limited edition and trend-led fashion pieces.

Apricot has become well known for its signature prints and is constantly looking to find new, innovative and easy-to-wear prints from all over the world.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£42.6M

Segments / Shopping Categories:

lingerie; underwear; swimwear; nightwear; activewear; womenswear

Company Size (No. of Employees): 180
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Elizabeth Sarah Crisp

UK Standalone Stores: 12
UK Concessions: 400
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 800
Key Concessions:

Debenhams; House of Fraser; Outfit; New Look; Beales

Key Brands Stocked:

Apricot

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Unit 2, 50 Eagle Wharf Road Holborn Studios, London N1 7ED
Head Office Telephone: 020 7253 6000
Key Executives
Chief Executive: Philip Chaimo (CEO)
Managing Director: Sophia Ciampa - MD; Amy Smith - Managing Director
Design Director: Abigail Wilkinson (Head of Design)
Digital Director: Paul Vowles (E-Commerce & Digital Marketing Manager)
HR Director: Clare Molinari (HR Manager)

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