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Bernard Boutique

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Bernard is an independent luxury boutique founded in 1969 by Barrie and Helene Rapaport and is based in the affluent Surrey town of Esher. The long hisory of Bernard Boutique establishes it as a consistent and forward-thinker in terms of fashion trends.

Each season Helene, an award-winning buyer, curates a collection of pieces from some of fashion's most illustrious names such as Maison Martin Margiela, ACNE Studios and Helmut Lang. The brand also has a transactional website and its collections are available through the Farfetch platform.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
2-4 High Street, Esher, Surrey, UK KT10 9RT
Head Office Telephone: 01372 465100
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

womenswear; footwear; bags; accessories; fragrances

Key Brands Stocked:

Acne; Alexander Wang; BELSTAFF; Chloe; Ganni; Golden Goose Deluxe Brand; Harris Wharf London; MARNI; Maria Black; NIGHTMARKET; Osman; Vivienne Westwood Accessories; Zimmermann

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Barrie Rapaport & Helene Rapaport

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