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Exclusive: Nigel Hall set for wholesale push

Eponymous menswear retailer Nigel Hall is officially launching into wholesale for autumn 13.

The three-store retailer, which also operates concessions in Harvey Nichols, will exhibit its wholesale range at London menswear show Jacket Required on February 7 and 8.

It will be sold through Nigel Hall’s Emerald Street office and wholesale prices range from £35 to £150.

Owner Nigel Hall said he decided to enter the market following requests from indies. He said the 80-piece collection would appeal to premium indies and department stores, but he was also eyeing potential partners further afield.

“We will be looking at both homegrown and international retailers to take the collection,” he added.

Separately, Hall is planning to open more concessions in department stores after the retailer’s concession was axed from Selfridges last year.

He is also in the process of securing a site for a fourth standalone store, located towards the northern end of Oxford Street, but declined to give a timescale.

Readers' comments (3)

  • This isn't a debut, you doughnuts. Nigel Hall was sold wholesale for years by Nigel Barnett agencies - dozens of indies had it. Do some proper journalism !!!

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  • Thanks for your comments. However, I spoke with Nigel Hall himself this week who explained that although they have had a few minor wholesale accounts in the past, they have never aggressively gone after the wholesale market, so this is an "official" launch.

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  • Fine. But it's not a debut (the headline)

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