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Wolf & Badger

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The first Wolf & Badger boutique opened in February 2010 to champion independent designer brands. Wolf & Badger now has over 700 independent brands on its website, with thousands of curated and unique products to choose from.

The company is a serviced retail business, offering spaces within its stores (in London's Coal Drops Yard and in New York's Soho) to independent fashion, jewellery and beauty brands, who act as their own retailers and keep the bulk of sales revenue, as well as gain exposure to press, industry and trade buyers. Wolf & Badger stock modern fashion brands including Albam, Alex Orso and Urban Collective.

It was founded by brothers George and Henry Graham and in April 2019 it secured £4.5m in growth funding from the Guinness Asset Management EIS fund.

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
10 Queen Street Place, London, UK EC4R 1AG
Head Office Telephone: 020 7229 4848
Company Information
Segments / Shopping Categories: menswear; womenswear; footwear; accessories; bags; jewellery
UK Standalone Stores: 1
International Stores & Stockists: 1
Total Global Stores & Stockists: 2
Key Brands Stocked: Albam Clothing; Alex Orso; Alexandra Alberta; Anchor & Crew; Arsante of Sweden; Bassigue; Charlie Baker London; Donhall & Bell; EAZO; Emily Carter; Frederick Grove; Gizelle Renee; Karim Maher; Lee Renee; Lords of Harlech; Luna & Noon; Lyme Terrace; MAHI Leather; Morena Morena; Nooki Design; Oliver Goldsmith; Opes Robur; SARTESORI; Snake Bones; The London Sock Exchange; Urban Collective
Key Executives
Chief Executive: Dr Malcolm King; Henry Graham; George Graham

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