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Claudie Pierlot

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Designer and stylist, Claudie Pierlot, decided, in 1984, to create her own company for the women of Paris. After ten years as a stylist at the Ren Derhy brand, she decided to create her own with the support of founders, Yvette and Ren Derhy.

She partnered with them until she sold her brand in 2009 to the SMCP group. Sisters Judith Milgrom and Evelyne bought the romantic womenswear brand before the founder died. It is now part of the SMCP - Sandro, Maje, Claudie Pierlot - group and majority owned by the Chinese compnay, Shandong Ruyi.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

€912M (2017)

Segments / Shopping Categories:

footwear; accessorises;

Company Size (No. of Employees): 5,000
Parent Company/Key Investors:

SMCP Group - 53.9% Shandong Ruyi

UK Standalone Stores: 8
UK Concessions: 6
International Stores & Stockists: 200
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 1,332
Key Concessions:

Harvey Nichols; Selfridges; Brown Thomas; Harrods

Group Companies:

Claudie Pierlot; Sandro; Maje

Key Brands Stocked:

Claudie Pierlot

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
4949, 75001 Paris
Head Office Telephone: +33 1 5580 5100
Key Locations:

France; UK; Spain; China; South Korea;

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Isabelle Allouch (CEO)

Design Director: Vanessa Pierrat (Creative Director)
Digital Director: Vincent Hung (Regional Digital Director SMCP)
Marketing Director: Julie Jamet (Regional Marketing Director)
HR Director: Jean-Baptiste

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