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White Stuff

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Established in 1985 by George Treves and Sean Thomas, White Stuff is a British fashion and lifestyle brand selling menswear, womenswear and kidswear as well as accessories and homeware. In 1991, the company opened its first store in London and launched The White Stuff Foundation in 2010.

The foundation supports more than 100 small and local charities in the UK as well as two charities in India and two in Denmark.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£139,610,000

Segments / Shopping Categories:

menswear; womenswear; kidswear; footwear; jewellery

Company Size (No. of Employees): 1952
UK Standalone Stores: 123
UK Concessions: 28
International Stores & Stockists: 25
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 174
Key Concessions:

John Lewis; Fenwicks; House of Fraser; Karstadt

Key Brands Stocked:

White Stuff; Superga; Havianas; Birkenstock

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Canterbury Court,1-3 Brixton Road, London SW9 6DE
Head Office Telephone: 020 7091 8400
Key Locations:

34 Stonegate,
York, YO1 8AS

16-18 King Street,
Manchester, M2 6AG

Meadowhall,
22 Park Lane,
Sheffield, S9 1EP

39 Northcote Road,
London, SW11 1NJ

Key Executives
Chief Executive:

Jo Jenkins

Buying Director: Tracey Verghese
Design Director: Mei An Collier Smith
Retail Director: Helen Marshall
Digital Director: Benoit Mercier
Marketing Director: Sotos Georgalli
HR Director: Matthew Scott

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