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Tiffany London

Founder and Director of Tiffany Rose

Without any formal fashion qualifications, Tiffany London has founded and built a multi-million pound fashion label. Tiffany began her career as an interior decorator’s assistant for Nina Campbell, working later as a marketing manager for a London law firm. At the end of 2003, after entertaining the idea of owning her own business for a number of years, she founded Tiffany Rose, a maternity label specialising in occasion and bridal wear.


Inspired by her pregnant sister who was searching for a dress to wear to a wedding and with an initial investment of just £1,000, Tiffany recognised there was a gap in the market for beautiful maternity wear designed to flatter pregnant figures and to ensure women feel fabulous during all stages of pregnancy. Incorporating exquisite fabrics, elegant styles and classic tailoring, Tiffany Rose was born heralding a permanent change in the way brands and consumers view maternity wear.

Now in its tenth year, Tiffany Rose is a pioneering enterprise with a multi-million pound turnover, shipping hundreds of orders a day and with sales more than doubling every year into markets including the US, Norway, Australia, Sweden and Denmark.

From the outset, Tiffany Rose has been proud to support British manufacturing with each and every garment designed, draped and manufactured in the UK - a luxury rarely afforded in fashion. With an in house design team based in Surrey and manufacturers across England, the company has developed a skilled network of partners, which allows the business production flexibility from 'design to rail', unrivalled expertise and unmatched quality control.

Heritage and service are rooted in the brand's key values with fashion and retail being in the London family since the early 19th Century: Tiffany's great, great grandfather founded the renowned British fashion house "Louis London & Sons" in 1851 and the business was subsequently run by three generations of the London family.

Creating thousands of jobs for seamstresses in Britain, the label thrived at a time when Britain was at the forefront of quality manufacturing, a time-honoured skill that Tiffany is passionate about restoring to this country. Tiffany Rose values its custom and goes the extra mile to offer unparalleled customer service reflecting on their in-depth understanding of their customer.

Currently Tiffany Rose is sold in over 80 countries with international sales growing to 60% in 2013. Tiffany Rose garments are a favourite with celebrities and have been worn by the likes of Holly Willoughby, Emma Bunton, Myleene Klass and Kate Silverton in recent years.

Tiffany Rose is passionate about preserving British manufacturing and training the next generation by offering work experience placements and in-house training to seamstresses and designers and providing invaluable insight into the fashion industry.

Awards
o The Queen’s Award for Enterprise – International Trade 2013
o Winner in Best for Eveningwear category at Pregnancy and Birth Awards - January 2013


To view the Tiffany Rose collection visit http://www.tiffanyrose.com and to view the new Autumn/Winter collection ’13 Lookbook visit
http://www.tiffanyrose.com/lookbook/

www.tiffanyrose.com
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