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Oasis is a British fashion womenswear brand founded in 1991. From 2009, Oasis was owned by Aurora Fashions, as were women's fashion brands Coast and Warehouse.

In November 2016, the administrator for Aurora Fashions placed the retailers up for a £100 million sale. In early 2020, it was announced that both Warehouse and Oasis had fallen into administration.

In June 2020, the Warehouse and Oasis brands were acquired by online retailer Boohoo.

For more news about Oasis, see our related stories below company information.

 

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
49-51 Dale Street, Manchester M1 2HF
PR Company:

Boohoo handles its own PR for the Warehouse brand.

Lizzi Simpson - Communications Executive
lizzi.simpson@boohoo.com

Naomi Cooper - Senior Communications Officer
020 7437 1904, ext. 5102
naomi.cooper@boohoo.com

Leona Irving - Communications Manager
0161 237 7701
leona.irving@boohoo.com

Emma Louise Ryan - Senior Influencer Marketing Executive
020 7437 1904
emma.ryan@boohoo.com

Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Accessories; Bags; Jewellery; Footwear; Sportswear; Bridesmaid

Company Size (No. of Employees): 2,600 (Boohoo Group)
Parent Company/Key Investors:

BooHoo Group

Group Companies:

Boohoo; BoohooMAN; Nasty Gal; Pretty Little Thing; Miss Pap; Karen Millen; Coast; Oasis; Warehouse

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; American Express; Klarna; Clearpay

Student Discount:

Oasis offers a 10% student discount with UNiDAYS

Delivery Options:

Standard delivery; Next Day delivery; Parcelshop collection

Key Executives
Chairman:

Mahmud Kamani

Chief Executive:

John Lyttle

Head of Buying: Lizzie Scott
Creative Director: Cleveland Campbell
Director of E-Commerce:

Andrew Thomson

HR Director: Lucy Clough
Chief Financial Officer: Neil Catto

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