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Figleaves

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Figleaves is a UK-based online lingerie retailer established by Daniel Nabarro in 1998. At launch, it was the first online retailer to specialise in lingerie, and one of the first to target a female-only market. The brand offers more than 200 sizes and a curated selection of the best brands, from big name designers to niche and specialist collections.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
29 Broadwater Road, Welwyn Garden City AL7 3BQ
Head Office Telephone: 020 8492 8000
Website Traffic: 572.10K (on desktop and mobile web in the last 6 months). According to: SimilarWeb
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Lingerie; Nightwear; Swimwear; Sportswear

Parent Company/Key Investors:

N Brown Group; Balderton Capital; eHatchery

Number of Brands Stocked: Approx 60
Key Brands Stocked:

Calvin Klein; Freya; Fantasie; Lepel

Number of Countries Shipped To: 115
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; EU; Australia; Canada; Russia; UAE; Qatar

Annual Order Number: https://www.nbrown.co.uk/~/media/Files/N/N-Brown/press-releases/2017/full-year-results-2017.pdf(couldn’t find stats in their plc)
Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Miriam Lahage

Buying Director: Jenni Burt
Marketing Director: Fiona Cowley - Digital Marketing Executive; Ian Winsor - Digital Marketing Executive
HR Director: Carol Paddison

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