Luxury goods department store based on Fifth Avenue in Midtown Manhattan in New York City. The company was founded in 1899 by Herman Bergdorf and was later owned and managed by Edwin Goodman, and later his son Andrew Goodman. Today, Bergdorf operates from two stores situated across the street from each other at Fifth Avenue between 57th and 58th streets. Bergdorf Goodman's main store, which opened at its current location in 1928, is located on the west side of Fifth Avenue. A separate men's store, established in 1990, is located on the east side of Fifth Avenue, directly across the street. Bergdorf is a subsidiary of Neiman Marcus, which is owned by the private equity firms TPG Capital and Warburg Pincus.
Recognized pioneer in the customizable retail products industry, CafePress is a leading online retailer driven by personalized content and products that are aspirational, inspirational and motivational. Founded in 1999 around driving self-expression through the intersection of printing and technology innovation on hundreds of retail products, today CafePress has evolved into a celebrated platform that provides individuals with the ability to express ideas, feelings or passions on hundreds of items they can choose to share with the world or treasure in private. CafePress reach extends through hundreds of customizable items, a vast community of designers and via partnerships with highly recognizable major brands and entertainment properties. Today there are nearly one billion unique products (with over 150,000 new designs added each week). Plus their ever-growing reseller market. Together, over 7 million products are being printed and shipped each year. And over 12 million people visit their site each month to find product that express their personality. Through some 2 million shops, customers can choose from over 300 million products on every subject imaginable, many available on over 600 product SKUs (from apparel and drinkware to posters, electronic accessories and more). Plus users can make their own designs with their easy online design tools, then buy them, share them or sell them in their own online shops. CafePress.com today ships over 6 million products annually, and has over 11 million unique visitors to our website each month.
Designs, manufactures, distributes and sells jewellery and watches. Founded in Paris, France in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier, the company remained under family control until 1964. The company maintains its headquarters in Paris and is now a wholly owned subsidiary of the Compagnie Financière Richemont SA and stands as one of the worlds most esteemed and respectful Maisons in the luxury goods industry, renowned worldwide for its high jewelry creations and watches, perfumes and prestige accessories, symbols of craftsmanship and elegance, quality and excellence.
Sporting luxury, offering a collection of the finest sports apparel and gear for the serious globetrotting athlete. Their luxury sports apparel and sporting goods offerings include: 2XU triathlon, running and road cycling apparel, equestrian clothing from Ariat, Animo and Pessoa, classic Belstaff motorcycle jackets, Beretta hunting and fishing clothing and gear, ski jackets from Canada Goose, Emporio Armani EA7 and Moncler Grenoble, snowboard jackets and pants from Ride Snowboards, Yoga and workout clothes from Electric Yoga, Beyond Yoga and Prana, Fred Perry tennis clothing, Mulholland luxury leather travel bags, Lotto tennis shoes and apparel, Vasque hiking boots and trail-running shoes, Helly Hansen base layers, mid layers and jackets for skiing, boating and running, O'Neill wetsuits, rash guards and swimsuits for surfing and snorkeling, luxury driving sunglasses from Porsche, technical men's and women's running clothing from Ronhill, Westcomb jackets for hiking, climbing and outdoor adventure, waterproof golf clothes and accessories from Zero Restriction, innovative running shoes from Scott and Hoka One One, luxury golf apparel from Aquascutum, Galvin Green, Fairway & Greene and Chervo, kayaking dry suits, PFDs and more from Kokotat, highly sought-after fly-fishing rods and reels from world-renowned Hardy, Saint James sailing attire, snorkel gear from US Divers, all-weather mountain-biking apparel from Gore Bikewear.
In the spring of 1998, five passionate guys - Jon Nordmark, Peter Cobb, Frank Steed, Andy Youngs and Eliot Cobb decided to start their own company. With more than 50 years of combined experience in the luggage category and a dash of Colorados famous pioneer spirit, the 'founding five' embarked upon a fantastic voyage that would take them from a scrappy startup selling just seven luggage brands to the #1 bag retailer in the country. They never imagined selling over 25 million bags. A place settled by people who refuse to settle. By outlaws and adventurers - folks who are hard-wired to make their own way. Folks who work to eat, but live to play. This is a learn-by-doing kind of town, and eBags is that kind of company. Theyve explored this tantalizing planet with the worlds best travel brands. When the best wasnt good enough, they made something that was. They sweat the small stuff so customers can enjoy the big picture. Because after almost two decades in travel, they admit its more than wanderlust; this is wanderlove. They embody wanderlove by recognizing that each journey is unique and uniquely important. Whether a customer commutes to Manhattan, treks Machu Picchu or cruises their website, they clear the path for a smooth journey. Every new product is an opportunity to 'do better'. Every relationship is a chance to create an ambassador. They are mobile first in every sense of the word: accessible on every device, 100% devoted to maintaining customers momentum and as a company, never willing to stand still. Just as they have built a sparkling constellation of brands, those brands have helped them build a brilliant universe of customers. Their community supports passionate wanderlovers from all walks of life, a global village of members who trust each other and share opinions. Customers know what they wantfrom their lives and their gear, and eBags counts on them to provide feedback that helps guide fellow travellers as they shop for their next perfect purchase.
Began in 1963 with Karl Toosbuy’s dream to create a shoe company driven by the Scandinavian design philosophy of form follows function. A company that would own its own production and control its own destiny. Today, they are still owned by the Toosbuy family. They are the only major shoe company to own their own production and they constantly innovate to improve their ability to make shoes that follow the foot. Karl Toosbuy wanted to make shoes that did not need to be broken in. They should fit like a glove, straight out of the box. That became the beginning of ECCO's revolutionary philosophy: to create shoes that were more comfortable, lasted longer and enabled people to move naturally. ECCO has come a long way over the past 50 years – from a small shoe factory in Bredebro, Denmark with just a few employees, to a modern, global shoe enterprise with 19,500 employees and sales of over 20 million pairs per year across 87 countries.
The Gola brand was born of humble beginnings in a small factory in 1905. Since then the brand has experienced a rollercoaster ride, surviving two World Wars and various other trials and tribulations to blossom in the 1960s and 70s as the pre-eminent sportswear brand. Today Gola keeps true to its roots and has become one of the most enduring and endearing sportswear and fashion brands in the UK. It's fair to say that Gola has stood the test of time and made its mark on the fashion world. Today Gola creatively incorporates its unprecedented heritage into its flagship designs, by combining styles from yesteryear with today's most sought after trends.
Global brand of a young, sexy and adventurous lifestyle, with a complete line of apparel and accessories.
Founded in 2012, HBX has developed and refined itself to now feature over 300 carefully curated brands, which offer valued consumers everything from apparel, footwear, accessories, prints and tech goods. They focus on brands that tell a strong story through their products, whether it's the intricacies within the construction or the boundary-pushing ideas that are displayed through creative direction. The brands featured at HBX are sourced from all over the world such as New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Tokyo, Sydney, and many more. At the heart of HBX are their valued customers. Everything they do, from creating engaging and inspirational content through gripping editorials, to traveling the world in the search for new and exciting products, to partnering with FedEx that ensures orders arrive to you in a timely manner, is for you. They hope you enjoy your shopping experience with them, and please do not hesitate to reach out to their Customer Service should there be questions, concerns, observations or even styling tips.
They side with style over fashion, think timelessness is underrated and find that clothes look best when theyre lived in. They love color - blocking and pattern mixing and temper tomboy with heels. Theyre fans of tousled hair and think everythings right when somethings left just a little imperfect. They wear sneakers with suits, wing tips with jeans and chambray on chambray. They dont believe theres such a thing as overdressed and they dont rent tuxedos. Theyre an American brand, but they source fabrics from around the world: Japanese seersucker, Irish linen and Italian wool. They dont believe theres just one way to wear an outfit, but they do have a few ideas on how to pull one together. For them, the magic is in the mix.
They pride themselves on making fashion fit. As experts in size and fit, they understand that your shape is unique and they strive to bring you fashion that fits and flatters your figure at amazing prices. They also offer an extensive range of footwear in a wide range of width fittings, lingerie in sizes 12-32, as well as menswear in up to a 66 chest and 64 waist. Plus you'll find a wide range of your favourite brands in the electricals department, as well as stylish homewares and affordable furniture in then home department, not to mention their ranges of children's clothing and toys. They also have a wide collection of gifts available for him, for her and for the kids. From unique experience days to gorgeous wedding and personalised gifts, theyve got the perfect present for every occasion. They make sure that looking fabulous doesn't come at the expense of others. So they're members of the Ethical Trading Initiative (ETI), which looks out for those who make the clothes and helps improve their working conditions, wherever they are in the world. Their code of conduct sets out the core principles that their suppliers must follow to ensure that products are made in safe working conditions and the people that make them are treated fairly and paid a fair wage, wherever they are based in the world: employment is freely chosen, working conditions are safe and hygienic, living wages are paid, working hours are not excessive, no discrimination is practised, regular employment is provided, no harsh or inhumane treatment is allowed. They regularly check suppliers by using certified audit companies as well as using internal resource. They recognise that they have a responisibility to act ethically from wherever they source in the world. They are currently working on a number of projects together with other retailers on key supply chains around the world. These include garments from Bangladesh, toys from China, furniture from Vietnam and garments from Southern India.
Chain of upmarket department stores operating throughout Great Britain. The chain is owned by the John Lewis Partnership, which was created alongside the first store in the mid-1800s. The first John Lewis store was opened in 1864 in Oxford Street, London. The chain's slogan is "Never Knowingly Undersold" which has been in use since 1925. There are 46 stores throughout England, Scotland and Wales, including 12 "At Home" stores, and "flexible format" stores in Exeter and York. On 1 January 2008, the Oxford Street store was awarded a Royal Warrant from Her Majesty the Queen as "suppliers of haberdashery and household goods". Bringing quality to life through a better way of doing business, from their unique Partnership structure to their commitment to reducing their impact on the environment; through the communities they touch, whether it's the one just outside their shops, or one of their suppliers on another continent; by helping you make positive choices in buying more sustainable products; by helping you make product choices to save energy use and money.