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Claudie Pierlot

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Claudie Pierlot is a French premium brand founded in 1984 for 'the women of Paris'. It's range offers clothing, bags, shoes and accessories.

As of 2009, the brand is part of the SMCP group.

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Company Information
Revenue: £103 million (2020)
Segments / Shopping Categories:

clothing; footwear; accessorises;

Parent Company/Key Investors:

SMCP Group - 53.9% Shandong Ruyi

UK Standalone Stores: 7
Group Companies:

Claudie Pierlot; Sandro; Maje

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; American Express

Delivery Options:

Standard delivery

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
Founder: Claudie Pierlot
Chief Executive:

Jean-Baptiste Dacquin

Creative Director: Vanessa Raveau
Director of E-Commerce:

Camille Rosenblum

Chief Marketing Officer: Adrian Lee
Chief Financial Officer: Patricia Huyghues Despointes

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