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Frame Denim

Description:

Launched in 2012, FRAME is an American fashion label mostly known for its denim products for both men and women.

Its collections take inspiration from a French way of "dressed up casual" embodied by the style icons of the 1970s and the products hold a distinctive European aesthetic. The brand is stocked in luxury retailers such as Net-a-Porter, Harrods, Selfridges and Nordstrom.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£60 million (GQ Million)

Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Menswear; Denim; Accessories; Bags

Company Size (No. of Employees): Approx 200
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Rosen-Howard Investment Company LLC

UK Concessions: 4
UK Wholesale Stockists: 7
International Stores & Stockists: 1
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 6 international stores, stocked in over 650 global retailers
Key Brands Stocked:

Harrods; Net-a-Porter; Harvey Nichols; Selfridges; Liberty; Trilogy; Feather; Press

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
3578 Hayden Avenue, Culvery City 90232-2445
Head Office Telephone: 0844 803 7263
Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Jens Grede and Erik Torstensson (Founders)

Managing Director: Lauren Heap
Design Director: Gregory Abbou
Digital Director: Charles McMillen (Senior Director of E-Commerce and Digital Marketing)
Marketing Director: Colleen Rose Careri (Director of Marketing & Public Relations)
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