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Paul Smith

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British designer Paul Smith founded his company in 1970 by opening a shop called Paul Smith “Vêtement Pour Homme” which sold established clothing labels, alongside his own pieces. In 1979, he opened his first flagship store and launched his first womeonswear collection in 1993.

The brand is known for its many collaborations throughout the years with people and companies such as David Bowie, Leica, Land Rover, Evian and Manchester United. Today it is one of British fashion’s best-known global brands.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£184.8m

Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Swimwear; Menswear; Kidswear; Accessories; Bags; Footwear; Jewellery

UK Standalone Stores: Approx over 10
UK Concessions: Approx over 10
International Stores & Stockists: Approx over 20
Key Concessions:

Fenwick; Fortnum and Mason; Sole; Liberty; Selfridges; House of Fraser; John Lewis; Harvey Nichols; Harrods

Number of Countries Shipped To: Over 50 countries
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; USA; UAE; Australia; China; Canada

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
The Poplars, Lenton Lane, Nottingham NG7 2PW
Head Office Telephone: 0115 968 5821
Website Traffic: 771.150 (on desktop and mobile web in last 6 months). Source: SimilarWeb
Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Paul Smith

Managing Director: John Morley
Marketing Director: Lucinda Reed (Head of Marketing & Digital)
HR Director: Margaret Mitchell (Head of HR)

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