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Master Debonair

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Master Debonair is the centre-point of mens formal fashion. Providing the customer with a large variety of clothing that offers items for every piece of a suit - from creative shirts, high-quality shoes and accessories like tie-pins. Between the growing popularity of their online empire and in-store service.

Master Debonair grew exponentially from 2 rails of clothing to a warehouse which now is home to over 80 rails. As this small family business has grown, the ethos has remained the same. Their belief in 'differentiating by detail'.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Unit 17, Bensham Street, Boldon Colliery, Tyne & Wear, UK NE35 9LN
Head Office Telephone: 0191 691 1616
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

menswear; footwear; accessories; bags; jewellery

Key Brands Stocked:

Cavani; Claudio Lugli; Fratelli; Guide London; Harry Brown; Justin Reece; London Brogues; Marc Darcy; Master Debonair; Robert Simon

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Victor Morgan; John Briggs; Simon Whitaker; Eve Whitaker

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