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River Island is a British high-street fashion label with over 300 stores worldwide and a global e-commerce business.

Launched by Bernard Lewis and his brothers in 1948, the brand is known for its quality affordable luxury and everyday staples spanning menswear, womenswear and kidswear.

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Company Information
Annual Sales:

£919.7 million (2018)

Segments / Shopping Categories:

Menswear; Womenswear; Kidswear; Footwear; Sportswear; Bags; Accessories

Company Size (No. of Employees): 6,232
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Lewis Trust Group

UK Standalone Stores: 350
Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; Giftcard

Student Discount:

10% off with UNiDAYS

Delivery Options:

Standard delivery; Next day delivery; Nominated next day delivery; Precise delivery; Evening delivery; Collect in-store standard; Collect in-store Express

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Chelsea House, W Gate, Hanger Hill, London W5 1DR
Head Office Telephone: 020 899 1450 015
PR Company:

River Island handles their own PR.

Liza Crompton-Prall - Head of PR
020 7518 1608
liza.crompton-prall@river-island.com

Roxanne Cawthorne - Womenswear Press Assistant
020 7518 1600
roxanne.cawthorne@river-island.com

Billy Martin - Menswear Press Assistant
020 7518 1600
billy.martin@river-island.com

Key Executives
Founder: Bernard Lewis
Chief Executive:

Will Kernan

Merchandising Director: Jo Rowlands
Head of Sustainability: Rachel Franklin
Head of Buying: Laura Turner
Head of Creative: Bob van Bekkum
Retail Director: Steve Morris
Marketing Director: Lou Ashton
Head of HR: Janine Jenkinson
Chief People Officer: Caroline Massingham
Chief Financial Officer: Warren Cohen

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