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Finery London

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Founded in March 2014 by Nickyl Raithatha, Luca Marini and Caren Downie (formerly of Topshop and ASOS), Finery London is a British womenswear fashion label that works alongside the very best suppliers from the UK and around the world.

The brand makes modern, inspiring and sophisticated items of clothing, without compromising on the quality. The designs are contemporary, detailed and accessible to everyone. Downie and Marini have since left the business and in August 2017 John Hind, formerly of ME+EM, was named CEO.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Ground Floor, 85 Frampton Street, London NW8 8NQ
Website Traffic: 79,880 visitors (on desktop & mobile web in the last 6 months)
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Touker Suleyman (Stake Holder); Rocket Internet backed by GFG

Number of Countries Shipped To: 19
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; USA; EU; Canada; Australia; Hong Kong

Inseason Full-price: Yes
Key Executives
Chief Executive:

John Hind; Nickyl Raithatha

Design Director: Emma-Jane Farrow-Marshall
Marketing Director: Francisco Melo (Digital Marketing Manager)

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