M&S Announced Online Launch of ‘Brands At M&S’ This Spring

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M&S announced the first wave of guest brands to be marketed and sold under the banner ‘Brands at M&S’. The new offering is part of M&S’s Never the Same Again program to adapt its clothing business to be more relevant, more often to customers, including introducing exciting partner brands to turbocharge online growth.

Neil Harrison, Director of Brands at M&S, said, “As part of our Never the Same Again program we’re pleased to be introducing guest brands throughout the Spring onto M&S.com as part of our plans to turbocharge online growth. The exciting mix will offer our 22m customers products we already know they love and introduce them to some new brands – everything will be available with the benefits of shopping on M&S.com – from tailored Sparks offers to free next day click & collect. As part of our transformation, we also remain committed to developing the quality, style & value of our ranges and sharing them with customers on M&S.com with energy, confidence & style.”

Coming online through March, April & May to be sold alongside M&S’s everyday style & value core range and in-house brands (Autograph, Good move and Per Una) will be:

  • Hobbs (womenswear) – part of TFG Brands
  • JACK & JONES (menswear) – part of BESTSELLER
  • Joules (womenswear)
  • Phase Eight (womenswear) – part of TFG Brands
  • Seasalt Cornwall (womenswear)
  • SELECTED HOMME / SELECTED FEMME (menswear & womenswear) – part of BESTSELLER
  • Sloggi (Lingerie)
  • Sosandar (womenswear)
  • Triumph (lingerie)
  • White Stuff (womenswear)
  • A.S (womenswear) – part of BESTSELLER

With different product styles, each brand will offer a curated range for M&S.com that is complementary to M&S’s offer for customers. Brands will also allow M&S to stretch customer appeal and introduce its customers to something new. For example, nearly 10% of customers who have purchased Nobody’s Child (the first brand to launch last Autumn) are new to M&S womenswear. Selected brands will also allow M&S to offer different categories, such as the Early Learning Centre product which was popular over Christmas and complemented M&S’s kidswear range.

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