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All Saints’ Stanford named UK’s top fashionista

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Kevin Stanford, owner of the high-street fashion label All Saints, was given the number-one slot along with his chief executive, Stephen Craig.

The All Saints brand began as a menswear collection in 1994. There are now over 55 stores in the UK and Europe, as well as three stores in the US.

Despite coming under intense scrutiny after a legal wrangle with Icelandic bank Kaupthing earlier this year, All Saints continues to thrive, with a 31 per cent jump in like-for-like sales this year.

The fashion brand has also recently sealed a £30m funding deal from Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets, allowing it to grow and develop both nationally and internationally. As Stephen Craig told Retail Week, the company has "ambitious plans" for the future.   

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