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Bombinate is an online shop and digital platform dedicated to clothes and accessories for men. The website sells the highest quality products from lesser known designers and brands from all over Europe and it prides itself with quality and a passion for consciously designed and beautifully crafted products made to last. It was founded by entrepreneurs Massimiliano Gritti and Elliott Aeschlimann.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
104 Alpha Court, 20 Calvin Street, London E1 6HF
Head Office Telephone: 020 3950 3532
Website Traffic: 11,387 monthly visitors approx
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Menswear; Bags; Accessories; Watches; Footwear

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Renaud Dutreil

Number of Brands Stocked: 73
Key Brands Stocked:

Mirror in the Sky; Mismo; Oliver Cabell; Private White VC; The Editions; The Workers Club

Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; USA; Europe

Inseason Full-price: Yes
Marketplace / Aggregator: Yes
Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Massimiliano Gritti Elliott Aeschlimann

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