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Established by the Harvey Nichol's Head of Menswear, Darren Skey is the mastermind behind Nieuway. With vast experience retail from High Street to Luxury, covering both Merchandising and Buying, Darren has represented NEWGEN and spoken on numerous fashion panels.

Responsible for launching brands such as Fear of God, John Elliott and 424 to the UK marketplace. Bringing a diverse range of skills sets and experience, Nieuway offers exclusive and unique services to many avant garde brands.

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Head Office Address:
56 Adys Road, London SE15 4DZ
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Key Brands Stocked:

Auxiliary Footwear; Avant L’oeil; Band of Outsiders; Eddie Eddie By Billy Tommy; GEYM; Mallet Footwear (US Sales); Nine Lives; Norden; Prive Alliance; Serge DeNimes Jewellery; Capo Belts; Corinthian; Clarks Originals; Rhude; Confidentials Us; Herm Studio Watches; MR QUINTESSENTIAL

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Chief Executive:

Darren Skey

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