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About Miss Selfridge

Miss Selfridge sells going out fashion, including dresses, blouses, trousers, skirts, and petite clothing. The company offers a wide range of sizes, and new lines are added daily. It is based in London, England.On February 1st, 2021, Miss Selfridge was acquired by ASOS. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

Miss Selfridge Headquarter Location

North West House Marylebone Road

London, England,

United Kingdom

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Seven exciting new concession partnerships bringing shoppers to stores

Mar 15, 2022

Asos has launched concessions with US department store Nordstrom Next opened its first Gap concession this week in a move that brings the US brand back to the UK high street. Concessions are win-win. They can provide an efficient way for retailers to bring something new to their stores and drive additional footfall, and can create a new route to market for brands, without the need to invest in their own retail presence. Next and Gap are not the only retailers and brands joining forces to create exciting in-store experiences. Retail Gazette looks at some of the most compelling concessions launched in retail over the past year. Next and Gap Next has teamed up with Gap to launch shop-in-shops in a selections of its stores. The first concession opened this week at Oxford Street, where 4,400 sq ft of the Next flagship is devoted to Gap. The shop-in-shop has its own entrance at street level and sells womenswear, menswear and a vast collection of kidswear. After the closure of Gap’s 81 UK and Ireland stores last year, Next signed a deal to manage Gap’s UK and Ireland operations. The two companies have formed a joint venture – of which Next owns 51% – to operate Gap’s ecommerce business across the Next Total Platform, its fast-growing online business. Next will open Gap concessions in a selection of its stores as part of the deal. Gap is the latest brand to take concession space at Next’s Oxford Street store with Sockshop, O2, Lipsy, Paperchase and Costa Coffee taking space. However, Gap is by far it’s biggest concession in the outlet. M&S and Early Learning Centre Marks & Spencer has revealed that it will open 10 Early Learning Centre toy shops in its stores by the end of March , including at Bluewater, Birmingham Longbridge, and Liverpool. Neil Harrison, director of brands at M&S, said the move was part of an effort to become “more relevant, more often to families” in stores, after testing Early Learning Centre products on its website. Toys is a new category for M&S stores, and the concessions will have activity tables for children to play with as well as toys for sale. M&S has been growing its branded business after began selling external brands on its website a year ago. Alongside ELC, it also stocks Joules, Hobbs, Phase Eight, and White Stuff. Nordstrom and Asos Asos’ partnership with US retail department store Nordstrom will not just bring Topshop, the brand it bought out of administration last year, back into physical stores, it will also lead to the online giant itself taking its first step into bricks and mortar. The move comes five months after Asos bought Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge and HIIT from administrators for Sir Philip Green’s now-collapsed Arcadia empire for £330m. The deal struck last year, which also saw Nordstrom take a minority stake in Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge and activewear HIIT brands, is designed to build the brands across the US and Canadian market. Topshop will take space in some of Nordstrom’s 350 North American bricks-and-mortar stores and Asos will also make its retail debut in the department stores. The online retailer will create an edit of the best Asos brands that will go on sale in selected “high-impact” Nordstrom stores as well as Nordstrom.com Asos will also offer click-and-collect services in Nordstrom stores. Asda and In The Style, New Look and Missguided Asda is seeking to build its clothing business and appeal to a younger generation of shopper by partnering with external brands. The grocer already has a strength in fashion due to its George brand, which is the second biggest clothing retailer in the UK by volume. Asda set the target of teaming up with between 16 and 20 third-party brands in 2021. Three of the biggest are In The Style, New Look and Missguided. In The Style was Asda’s first fashion tie up. In June last year the grocer revealed it would roll out the etailer’s fashion both online and in 100 Asda stores. The grocer swiftly followed this up with a partnership with fellow etailer Missguided, which was also rolled out to 100 stores from August. It has been slightly more conservative with its New Look concession partnership. After a trial of two stores in September, Asda added eight more  New Look concessions after an “encouraging initial sales reaction”. The retailer said it planned to introduce these concessions to, what it termed, “destination” stores. Asda and B&Q Fashion is not the only area where Asda is adding concessions into stores. The grocer has struck partnerships with a range of third-party brands including The Entertainer, Decathlon and Claire’s Accessories. But one of its most recent tie ups is with home improvement firm B&Q. Since the end of 2020, Asda has introduced B&Q shop-in-shops to its supermarkets. It now has six B&Q concessions, with its latest opening in Asda’s Lancaster branch in November 2021. It adds to the B&Q shop-in-shops in Thurmaston, Edmonton, Roehampton, Sheffield and Dagenham. Customers can place their orders from B&Q’s full range at the shop-in-shop for either home delivery or click-and-collect. They can also take away essential home improvement products and expert advice at the concession. Next and Homebase While Asda has added DIY products to stores, Next has focused solely on garden-related products through its tie up with Homebase. Homebase has concessions in Next stores The Homebase concessions sell pots, plants and garden tools, while staff are on hand to offer customers advice on their gardening projects. Tesco and Pret a Manger In June 2021, coffee chain Pret a Manger launched a concession in Tesco’s Kensington store in London. Since then Pret has launched four other concessions within the supermarket as it seeks new routes to market at a time when pandemic-driven changes to how we work has hit the business, which relies on office workers. Pret chief executive Pano Christou said collaboration between compatible businesses can help give the high street a “fighting chance” post-Covid. Tesco approached Pret to create the tie up, which the sandwich chain will pay turnover-based rents for. Christou emphasised to the Evening Standard that the partnership is not a franchise agreement and that trained Pret baristas would make its coffee in Tesco stores.

  • Where is Miss Selfridge's headquarters?

    Miss Selfridge's headquarters is located at North West House, London.

  • What is Miss Selfridge's latest funding round?

    Miss Selfridge's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.

  • Who are the investors of Miss Selfridge?

    Investors of Miss Selfridge include Nordstrom, ASOS and Arcadia Group.

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