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N Brown Group to stock Quiz's plus-size range

Quiz has agreed with N Brown Group to stock its plus-size Curve collection on the JD Williams and Simply Be websites.

Fast fashion womenswear retailer Quiz launched its Curve range last year. Its online stockists include Next, House of Fraser and Debenhams.

The partnership with N Brown marks the next step in the growth of its wholesale operations. Quiz, which specialises in occasionwear, eveningwear and casualwear, operates across more than 300 standalone stores, concessions, franchise stores, wholesale partners and international online partners in 20 countries.

The retailer posted a 30% rise in revenues to £116.4m for the year to 31 March 2018, as online and international expansion fuelled omnichannel growth.

Sheraz Ramzan, chief commercial officer at Quiz, said of the wholesale partnership: “Both brands share the same values and are passionate about empowering customers to love their shape and size. We’re confident that the curve collection will not only offer a range of fashion-forward looks, but new and existing customers will be impressed with the glamorous styles, quality and value for money.”

Quiz this month announced it will launch menswear, which will be trialled on standalone website QuizMan.



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