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Laura Ashley

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Laura Ashley is a British fashion retailer founded by Bernard Ashley and his wife Laura Ashley in 1953. It offers fashion for men, women and children, as well as a range of homeware products.

In March 2020, Laura Ashley filed for administration, and was bought by the Gordon Brothers investment firm in the following month. By October 2020, plans to relaunch the brand were announced with a new flagship store planned in Westfield Shopping Centre for 2021.

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Company Information
Revenue: £233 million (2019)
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Menswear; Womenswear; Kidswear; Accessories

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Gordon Brothers

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
27 Bagleys Lane, Fulham SW6 2QA
PR Company:

BWP handles PR for Laura Ashley

Email: hello@bwpgroup.com
Phone: 01628 918090

Key Executives
Chairman:

Khoo Kay Peng

Founder: Laura Ashley & Bernard Ashley
Merchandising Director: Sarah Lyske
Buying Director: Nick Kaloyirou
Head of Buying: Spencer Smith
Head of Design: Gillian Farr
Head of People: Theresa Shelukindo

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