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The Kooples

Description:

Launched in 2008 by brothers Alexandre, Laurent and Raphaël Elicha, The Kooples is a French contemporary brand targeted at men and women. The brand is famous for its slim tailoring, dark colours and gothic patterns mixed with a gender-neutral style. In 2017, the brand branched into the sportswear world with its first collaboration with Puma.

This year (2019) the business was acquired by Swiss fashion group Maus Freres, which also owns Lacoste, Aigle and Gant.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
11 rue de Prony, Paris, France 75017
PR Company:

The Kooples handles their own PR.

media@thekooples.com

Key Locations:

55 South Molton Street,
London, W1K 5SQ

30-31 Carnaby Street,
London, W1F 7DJ

Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories:

menswear; womenswear; footwear; sportswear

Parent Company/Key Investors:

Maus Freres

UK Standalone Stores: 40
UK Concessions: 3
Total Global Stores & Stockists: Approx 334 in 32 countries
Key Concessions:

Selfridges; House of Fraser; Harrods

Group Companies:

Lacoste, Aigle and Gant

Key Brands Stocked:

The Kooples

Key Executives
Founder: Laurent Elicha
Chief Executive:

Romaine Guinier

Creative Director: Laurent Elicha
Retail Director: Sabrina Rahim
Marketing Director: Raphael Elisha
Head of HR: Eya Jouda

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