Looking for luxury brands like Gucci, Prada, Lanvin, etc. then visit the London based online store MatchesFashion.com.
The site is working since 1987 under parent organization Apax Partners dealing with fresh fashion in the retailer business for men and women.
The store is headquartered in London, the United Kingdom having around 11 locations and serving worldwide.
They have their key people working hard for the company as CEO Ulric Jerome and two founders; Tom and Ruth Chapman with over 500 employees.
Talking about its origin
It was Tom and Ruth Chapman who decided up in 1987 to go for opening out their first store in Wimbledon Village, South West London.
Soon the store got the popularity level high and they made a decision to go for the second store in Richmond, London in 1997.
They next prepared for publishing out their own magazine in order to promote the brands and store in 2004 further launching out the website three years later in 2007.
The business was working with huge profit and they managed to rebrand it into MatchesFashion.com spreading their wings worldwide including their all London stores.
What they offer?
People are crazy about fashion and what the real look for is comfort in wearing which they usually get out on this store.
The store brings in the modernity with comfort for their customers falling out in the world of global fashion.
They have come up with the world’s well established and emerging designers from brands like Saint Laurent, Dolce & Gabbana, Vetements, Balenciaga, Gucci, and Valentino with many more.
They are dealing well with luxury fashion for past 25 years delivering out their best and showing the innovation with technology that inspires.
About their service
The store has access to over 170 countries with 24/7 service.
They also put forth the advice section for the customers to get help anytime through MyStylist that basically consists of the dedicated fashion concierge team.
They thus help customers to get seamless shopping either from store or online or at their events.
One can also pay a visit to their London stores at No. 23 which is called their private shopping townhouse. They represent 450 brands reaching out to their 95% sale online and emerging out as the biggest market in the UK.