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Four Marketing

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Four Marketing is renowned for managing major and complex projects both locally and internationally with clients across the globe in Europe, North America, Middle East and Asia. This showroom work with a variety of brands from emerging brands and small boutique brands to largers global fashion houses.

Four Marketing offers a wide range of services including wholesale, distribution, public relations through to full digital and retail experience. This showroom is home to many famous designers and premium brands such as Stone Island, John Galliano and Karl Lagerfield.

Contact Information
Showroom Email: info@fourmarketing.com
Head Office Address:
20 Garrett Street, London EC1Y 0TW
Head Office Contacts:

020 7608 9100

Company Information
Key Brands Stocked:

Stone Island; Velvet; Barena; 7 For All Mankind; Albam; Pyrenex; C.P. Company; Ten c; Penfield; Stand; Iceberg; Hurlingham; AG; M Missoni's; Velvet; The Milly Collection; Perseverance London; Rosantica; Karl Lagerfeld; Maria Black; Juicy Couture; 16ARLINGTON; House of Mua Mua; Birgitte Herskind; Bacon; VIVETTA; Iceburg; Stand; John Galliano; Woolrich John Rich & Bros; Diesel; DSQUARED2; Vivetta

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Charles Perez - CEO & Founder; Gino Da Prato - Director & Founder

Retail Director: Emma Jones (Sales Director)
HR Director: Joanna Asia Wendel

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