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Sandro is a French premium luxury womenswear label, founded in 1984 by Evelyne and Ylan Chetrite as a wholesale brand, and opening its first retail store in Paris in 2004.

In 2009 Sandro and sister company Maje acquired Claudie Pierlot, and subsequently established the SMCP Group in 2010.

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Company Information
Annual Sales:

€414.3m (2019)
€1.13 billion (SMCP, 2019)

Segments / Shopping Categories:

Womenswear; Footwear; Accessories; Bags

Company Size (No. of Employees): 1,700
Parent Company/Key Investors:

SMCP

UK Standalone Stores: 13
UK Concessions: 3
UK Wholesale Stockists: Approx 5
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 646
Key Concessions:

Harrods; Selfridges; Harvey Nichols

Group Companies:

Sandro; Maje; Claudie Pierlot; Suite 341

Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; American Express; PayPal; Gift card

Delivery Options:

Standard delivery; Express delivery; In-store delivery

Number of Countries Shipped To: 11
Key Countries Shipped To:

UK; France; Spain; Germany; Belgium; The Netherlands; Portugal

Inseason Full-price: Yes
Contact Information
Head Office Address:
150 Boulevard Haussmann, Paris, France 75008
Head Office Telephone: 020 7660 0626
Website Traffic: 982,430 (on desktop and mobile web in the last 6 months). Source: SimilarWeb
Key Executives
Founder: Evelyne Chetrite
Chief Executive:

Isabelle Allouch

Retail Director: Jordana Pratten (UK)
Director of E-Commerce:

Camille Rosenblum

Marketing Director: Shany Ashkenazy (VP Marketing)
HR Director: Laura Rehg (VP HR)
Chief Financial Officer: Patricia Huyghues Despointes

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