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Touker Suleyman, owner, Ghost, Hawes & Curtis and Low-Profile

There has been steady progress within Touker Suleyman’s portfolio of fashion retailers and brands this year. 

Touker suleyman

Touker suleyman

New life has been breathed into womenswear brand Ghost, where sales were up 33% on 2017, and online sales rose by 43%. Its five wholesale stockists include Selfridges, which began carrying Ghost for the first time last April.

It has a flagship on London’s King’s Road, and plans to open two further stores in the capital in early 2019. Meanwhile, in August, menswear chain Hawes & Curtis opened a new 2,070 sq ft store at Westfield London.

Dragons’ Den star Suleyman bought a minority stake womenswear etailer Finery in January last year, and has backed start-ups such as boat shoe brand Docks Rio and luxury handbag label Huxley & Cox. His supplier business, Low-Profile Fashion, works with retailers including Marks & Spencer. 



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