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Faith leads race to win Envy concessions deal

Faith is expected to win the footwear concessions deal with menswear chain Envy when the contract expires next year, delivering a blow to rival concessionaire Dolcis.
The contract with Dolcis ends in January, and Envy’s parent company Alexon is understood to be in talks with a number of parties about taking on the chain’s 57 footwear concessions.

However, young fashion footwear retailer Faith is the frontrunner to clinch the deal, according to sources close to Envy.

Although the retailer is better known for its women’s fashion styles, Faith launched a men’s footwear collection in stores this autumn and its heritage is in men’s shoes.

 Faith rival Dune is to roll out its first concessions in Debenhams department stores this season.

The retailer will open alongside Faith in five Debenhams’ shops, including stores in Ballymena in Northern Ireland, Exeter in Devon, and on London’s Oxford Street.

Dune already operates concessions across selected John Lewis stores.

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