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The Hambledon

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The Hambledon is a buzzy, creative store which houses womenswear, menswear and homewares. Brands featured instore for women include Stine Goya, Bellerose, Baum und Pferdgarten and American Vintage. Menswear brands include Adsum, Norse Projects, Wood Wood and Portuguese Flannel.

People travel far and wide for the Hambledon experience. In 2018 The Hambledon relaunched their website, now also offering its extensive range of fashion online.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
10 The Square, Winchester, UK SO23 9ES
Head Office Telephone: 020 7729 3600
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

menswear; womenswear; footwear; accessories; bags; jewellery

Key Brands Stocked:

Alex Monroe; American Vintage; Anni Lu; Bellerose; Bonne Maison; Converse; Des Petits Hauts; Ganni; Jumper 1234; Kings of Indigo; Leon and Harper; Louise Kragh; Maison Labiche; Mes Demoiselles; Monk & Anna; Pyrus; Rag and Bone; Stella Nova; Yogi

Key Executives
Chief Executive: Philippe Webb; Victoria Suffield; Lucy Coles

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