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Launched in Munich in 2006 and acquired by Neiman Marcus in 2014, My-Theresa is one of the world’s leading online shopping destinations for women’s luxury clothing and accessories. With more than 200 international luxury brands and 90 new arrivals each week, the website ships to more than 130 countries worldwide.

As well as the website, the company has a flagship store based in Munich, which was opened in 1987 and from which the online business was born.

In May 2019 the company revealed it would be introducing menswear by January 2020.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

€377m (to June 2019)

Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Kidswear; Activewear; Beachwear; Lingerie; Footwear; Bags; Accessories; Jewellery

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Neiman Marcus Group

Key Concessions:

Debenhams; Selfridges; John Lewis; Harvey Nichols; Matches; House of Fraser; Bicester

Number of Countries Shipped To: 130
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; USA; EU; Australia; Canada; China

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Elinsteinring 9, Munic 85609
Head Office Telephone: 49-89-127695-100
Website Traffic: 3.42m (on desktop and mobile web, in the last 6 months). Source: SimilarWeb
Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Michael Kliger

Managing Director: Sebastian Dietzmann
Buying Director: Tiffany Hsu
Design Director: Caroline Templeton (Creative Director)
Marketing Director: Gareth Locke (Chief Growth Officer)
HR Director: Bjorn Kastle

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