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London indie Austique up for sale

Austique, the contemporary women’s fashion boutique with shops in London’s Notting Hill and Chelsea, has been put up for sale. 

The 10-year old retailer is being sold through ES Group, who would not disclose a guide price but indicated the forecast turnover for the business for 2014 is around £1.4m.

Austique stocks an array of premium labels such as Goat, MiH Jeans and Christophe Sauvat, alongside its in-house Austique label, a contemporary ready-to-wear collection. 

The two London stores are located at 330 King’s Road and 79-81 Ledbury Road.

The business was founded by Katie Canvin who now runs the separate lingerie range Cheek Frills, which she will now look to focus on.

Offers for Austique are being sought in the first week of September. 

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