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Bimba Y Lola

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Bimba Y Lola is a Spanish womenswear brand that is recognised for its irreverent and ironic edge. Given its image and the philosophy behind it, BIMBA Y LOLA has a close-knit relationship with the world of art and the avant-garde, collaborating with emerging artists and taking part in art fairs around the globe.

Present in 14 countries, the business was recently put up for sale to fund expansion, but is reportedly planning to take the stock market route to finance growth outside of its domestic Spanish borders.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

€180.9m

Segments / Shopping Categories:

womenswear; handbags; accessorises; shoes; footwear; bimbaylola; jewellery

Company Size (No. of Employees): 44 (UK)
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Bimba Y Lola S.L.U.

UK Standalone Stores: 7
International Stores & Stockists: 243
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 250
Group Companies:

Bimba Y Lola

Key Brands Stocked:

Bimba Y Lola

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
No. 6 Camino do Casal, Pontevedra 36416 MOS
Head Office Telephone: 0349 86288401
Key Locations:

Spain; France; Portugal; Korea; Kuwait; Mexico; Chile; Colombia

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

José Manuel Martínez (CEO)

Design Director: Maria Ventin (Director Ready to Wear)
Retail Director: Pablo Roura Hernández (International Business Director)
Digital Director: Cibran Vazquez (Director E-Commerce)
HR Director: Laura Martinez Hernández (International HR)

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