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Inspiration, Ways To Wear, Whistles Women <div class="browser-compatibility-alert"><p class="browser-error">Your browser's Javascript functionality is turned off. Please turn it on so that you can experience the full capabilities of this site.</p></div> Resort 2016 <div class="browser-compatibility-alert"><p class="browser-error">Your browser's Javascript functionality is turned off. Please turn it on so that you can experience the full capabilities of this site.</p></div> Whistles Report - www.amymundey.blogspot.com Within the second half of my first year at University we were set a brief that continued with theme of the United States and the United Kingdom UK brand opening retail store in US market place You must produce a 3,000 word report on the following topic: Moving one of the following UK retail brands into the American market: 1) size? 2) Whistles 3) Accessorize 4) Thorntons 5) Duffer of St.George As part of the launch you must include a collaboration.

WHISTLES Whistles is a contemporary fashion brand, based in London. Led by inspiring CEO Jane Shepherdson, Whistles encapsulates an intelligent sense of design with timeless and luxurious pieces. Collections are modern and laid back with an attention to detail and quality. Since its relaunch in 2008, Whistles has become a wardrobe staple for fashion editors and industry leaders, characterised by its contemporary and effortless style. "Jane has reinvented this brand… into a sleek directional force to be reckoned with."

x Frame 2015 <div class="browser-compatibility-alert"><p class="browser-error">Your browser's Javascript functionality is turned off. Please turn it on so that you can experience the full capabilities of this site.</p></div> Whistles goes eco-chic in collaboration with Ciel Rejuvenated high street chain, Whistles launches its first eco collection with sustainable label, Ciel. BY Hilary Alexander | 20 June 2011 A model wears silk dress, £150, Ciel for whistles.co.uk. Dress, £150, whistles.co.uk. Knickers, £45, whistles.co.uk. Whistles, the high street boutique chain and one of Kate Middleton's favourite shopping destinations, which was re-energised by retailing supremo, Jane Shepherdson, has launched its first capsule eco collection in conjunction with Ciel, the award-winning, Brighton-based sustainable label.

Jane Shepherdson Chief Executive at Whistles, Jane Shepherdson is the figurehead of our brand. Originally from Bristol, she studied in London and worked as Brand Director at Topshop. With an uncanny ability to know what women want to wear, she has been working her magic at Whistles since 2008. Here, we find out a bit more about her world. Jane Shepherdson, Chief Executive Officer, Whistles LONDON, United Kingdom — Perhaps it’s not surprising that, in her spare time, Jane Shepherdson does flying trapeze in Hoxton, smack in the heart of achingly hip East London. Right from her earliest days in the fashion industry, Shepherdson has been known for taking risks and having her finger on the pulse of what’s cool. After getting her start as an assistant buyer at Topshop, back in 1984, Shepherdson spent twenty years working her way up the ladder to become Topshop’s brand director, effectively overseeing the retail, product, finance, HR and property departments of a company that, under her leadership, was transformed into a globally recognised brand, emblematic of the dynamic nature of British high street fashion. But in 2006, one week after Topshop boss Sir Phillip Green announced a now-defunct fashion collaboration with Kate Moss, Shepherdson abruptly resigned.

Store List <div class="browser-compatibility-alert"><p class="browser-error">Your browser's Javascript functionality is turned off. Please turn it on so that you can experience the full capabilities of this site.</p></div> Store list London Wider UK Whistles conquers the 'middle market' of British womenswear While Marks & Spencer announced a 6.8% drop of general sales last month, another corner of the British high street has been quietly flourishing. Whistles, the clothing brand set up by Lucille Lewin in the 1980s, announced this week that it had bought back the majority of its shares from the Icelandic government, a move which has underlined its growing strength. Whistles, which has been independent since parting ways with the retail group Mosaic in 2008, has gone from strength to strength despite a tough economic climate. Sales were up 13% in 2011 and there was "consistent double digit like for like sales growth," this year, according to a company statement. Whistles is also the bestselling premium high street brand on Asos, the online retailer.

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