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Established in Italy in 1987, Napapijri is an Italian premium casual-wear brand. In 1990, the company began designing and producing clothing and accessories, and introduced its signature Skidoo jacket, a lightweight, rain-proof, anorak designed for extreme temperatures.

In the 2000s, Napapijri continued to add to its product range. In 2004, the Italian brand was acquired by the U.S.-based clothing manufacturer VF Corporation. In 2015, Napapijri developed its down free insulation replacement, Thermo-Fibre and for AW17, the company committed to a 100% fur-free collection.

Company Information
Annual Sales: VF Corporation (Vand, Kipling and Napapijri, among others) had annual revenue of $3.57 billion
Segments / Shopping Categories: Menswear; Womenswear; Kidswear; Bags; Shoes; Accessories
Company Size (No. of Employees): 5,000
Showroom/Agent: FourMarketing
UK Standalone Stores: 1
UK Concessions: 5
International Stores & Stockists: 2,200 multibrand retailers
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 200 monobrand stores
Key Concessions: Harrods; Fenwick; Selfridges; Debenhams; House of Fraser
Contact Information
Head Office Address:
149-150 Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JN
Head Office Telephone: 020 7739 3542
Key Executives
Chairman: Steve Rendle (Chairman, President & Chief Executive Officer of VF Corporation)

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