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Nanushka

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Launched in 2006 by London College of Fashion Gradeate Sandra Sandor, Nanushka is a Bulgarian fashion label specialising in womenswear with a signature style of confident ease and subtle femininity.

Its vegan leather puffer jackets were a must-have item for Autumn/Winter 2018/2019 and a global sell-out. The brand sits firmly in the growing affordable luxury space with a vegan leather jacket retailing for around £500. The collection is stocked in many luxury retailers' websites and stores including Net-a-Porter, Selfridges and Liberty London.

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Womenswear; Ready-to-wear; Accessories; Footwear;

Company Size (No. of Employees): 11-50
Parent Company/Key Investors:

PortfoLion

Key Stockists:

Net-A-Porter.com; The Shop at Bluebird; Brownsfashion.com; Harvey Nichols; Boutique 1; Liberty; Selfridges

UK Wholesale Stockists: 10
International Stores & Stockists: Approx 150 stockists
Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Peter Baldaszti (CEO)

Buying Director: Domi Szabó
Design Director: Sandra Sandor
Digital Director: Nikolett Balassa (E-Commerce Manager)
Marketing Director: Kinga Lagzi-Kovács (Marketing Executive)
HR Director: Luca Sellei (HR Manager)

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