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My Slippers ceases trading as founder retires

The bespoke slipper etailer My Slippers will cease trading from the end of this month, as its founder Fiona Dreesmann retires.

My Slippers was founded in 2010 and the site will redirect to Broadland Slippers, the manufacturer which made My Slippers’ products in Norwich. My Slippers offered ready-to-wear styles starting at £100, while bespoke styles retailed at £265.

Dreesman, whose husband Bernard owns independent department stores including Morleys of Brixton, Elys of Wimbledon, Camp Hopson in Newbury, plans to spend more time with her children.

She said: “I have worked in the industry for almost 30 years and am looking forward to spending more time with my three children and I may do some work with my husband.”


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