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House of Holland

Description:

Launched by Henry Holland in 2008, House of Holland is a British luxury fashion e-commerce store selling womenswear, ready-to-wear, accessories and eyewear.
The brand collaborated with Levis Strauss & Co in 2009 and, the same year, the designer negotiated a deal with the British retailer, Debenhams, for the creation of a fashion line, "H! by Henry Holland".

In 2012, the company collaborated with eyewear brand Le Specs. The label is sold world wide and can be found at Net-a-Porter, Browns and ASOS.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
1st Floor, 15 Solebay Street, London E1 4PN
Head Office Telephone: 020 7749 9980
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Ready-to-wear; Accessories; Eyewear; Bags; Jewellery

Company Size (No. of Employees): Approx 50
UK Concessions: Approx 7
UK Wholesale Stockists: 3
International Stores & Stockists: 4
Total Global Stores & Stockists: Approx 30 stockists
Key Brands Stocked:

Net-a-Porter; Browns; Selfridges; Liberty; Matches; Harrods

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Henry Holland (CEO and Creative Director)

Buying Director: Tansy Paris (Global Sales Manager)
Design Director: Henry Holland

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