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Long Tall Sally

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Long Tall Sally is an international online retailer of fashion for taller women. The company was founded in 1975 by six-foot tall American entrepreneur, Judy Rich, who opened the first store on Chiltern Street in 1976. The company's mission is to be "the first choice in fashion for tall women worldwide".

Supported by a catalog distributed in its four main markets of USA, UK, Canada and Germany, Long Tall Sally, now, ships to over 120 countries. It was recently sold to the German Tristyle Group.

Company Information
Annual Sales: £30.4M
Segments / Shopping Categories: womenswear; plus size; footwear; shoes
Company Size (No. of Employees): 150
Parent Company/Key Investors: Owned by Trismo UK Limited; part of the German Tristyle Group.
UK Standalone Stores: 1
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 1
Group Companies: Long Tall Sally; Peter Hahn; Madeleine
Key Brands Stocked: Long Tall Sally; Karl Lagerfeld Paris; Sorel; Mavi; Vans; Gabor; Converse
Contact Information
Head Office Address:
25 Camperdown Street, London E1 8DZ
Head Office Telephone: 0800 107 8826
Key Locations: Chiltern Street; UK; Germany; Canada; USA
Key Executives
Chief Executive: Andrew Shapin (CEO)
Design Director: Cathy Carrington Birch (Chief Product Officer)
Retail Director: Camilla Treharne (Creative Retail Director)
Digital Director: Ciaran McClellan (E-Commerce & Analytics Director)
Marketing Director: Lara Bonney (Chief Marketing Officer)
HR Director: Sian Field (Retail & HR Director)

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