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Yours Clothing

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Established by Andrew Killingsworth, YOURS is a a fast-growing British plus size fashion retailer. The brand caters for women sizes 16-36 and have recently launched a Big and Tall menswear brand, called BadRhino, that caters sizes L to 8XL. The company ships to over 90 countries as well as having over 140 stores across the UK and 12 in the Middle East.

YOURS provides stylish and trendy clothes that are also comfortable and affordable.

Company Information
Annual Sales:

£88,270,000

Segments / Shopping Categories:

womenswear; plus-size; footwear; jewellery

Company Size (No. of Employees): 1,104
Parent Company/Key Investors:

AK Retail Holdings Limited

UK Standalone Stores: 94
Group Companies:

Yours Clothing; Bad Rhino

Key Brands Stocked:

AX Paris Curve; Bump It Up; Chi Chi London; Hell Bunny; Izabel Curve; Limited Collection; Lovedrobe; Luxe; Yours London

Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Newcombe House, Bakewell Road, Peterborough PE2 6XU
Head Office Telephone: 01733 390551
Key Locations:

Surrey Quays Shopping Centre,
London, SE16 7LL

37 Barbirolli Mall,
Arndale Centre,
Manchester, M4 2EA

Key Executives
Chief Executive: Andrew Killingsworth
Managing Director: Resh Dorka
Buying Director: Matthew Jackson
Retail Director: Karen Luton
Digital Director: Angela Finch
HR Director: Kay Clay

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