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Oliver Brown forecasts £5m turnover

Menswear brand Oliver Brown expects its turnover to hit £5m for the year to 31 December, an increase of 33.3% on 2018. 

Revenue from bespoke services is on course to reach £750,000 by the end of the year, from a base of zero in 2017. 

The base price for a two-piece bespoke suit is £1,850, and cloth is charged additionally. In the ready-to-wear collection, prices range from £12.50 for a pair of casual socks, to £1,500 for a morning coat.

Oliver Brown also has a collection of antique silk top hats, which range from £700 to £50,000.

Kristian Robson, owner of the business, bought the company out of liquidation in 1998 when it predominantly sold women’s country clothing.

Men’s suiting is now the brand’s core product category. 

Oliver Brown is solely stocked in its store on Lower Sloane Street, Chelsea and online at oliverbrown.org.uk. 

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