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Karen Millen

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Karen Millen is a British womenswear online retailer founded in 1981 by Kevin Stanford and Karen Millen. The brand continued to expand throughout the 1990s, and was acquired in June 2004 by the Icelandic Mosaic Fashions.

In August 2019, online fast fashion group Boohoo acquired the brand and online business of Karen Millen, after it fell into administration.

For more news about Karen Millen, see our related stories below company information.

Company Information
Revenue: £174 million (2019)
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Footwear; Accessories

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Boohoo Group

Group Companies:

BoohooMAN; Nasty Gal; Pretty Little Thing; Miss Pap; Coast; Oasis; Warehouse

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; American Express; PayPal; Apple Pay; Clearpay; LayBuy

Student Discount:

20% off with Student Beans

Delivery Options:

UK Standard delivery; Next day delivery; Click and Collect; DPD Precise delivery;

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
49-51 Dale Street, Manchester M1 2HF
Head Office Telephone: 0345 257 2257
PR Company:

Boohoo handles its own PR for the Karen Millen brand.

Leona Irving – Communications Manager
0161 237 7701
leona.irving@boohoo.com

Key Executives
Chairman:

Mahmud Kamani

Founder: Kevin Stanford and Karen Millen
Merchandising Director: Emma Mulgrove
Head of Marketing: Hayley Meyer
HR Director: Victoria Milbourn
Chief Financial Officer: Close Neil Catto

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