What is the history of Ted Baker?
History. Ted Bakers founder and CEO, Ray Kelvin, started his first store in March 1988 in Glasgow, and opened further stores in Manchester, and Nottingham. In 1990 Ted Baker opened a store in Covent Garden (with additional stores in Londons Soho, Nottingham and Leeds) and Kelvin bought the company outright from part-owners Goldberg...
Is there a Ted Baker in Selfridges?
There is a Ted Baker concession in all Selfridges & Co stores; London, Birmingham, Manchester and the Trafford Centre. Ted Baker has stores and outlets in the rest of Europe, the United States, Canada, Australia, Asia, South Africa and the Middle East.
Where can I buy Ted Baker Products?
The Ted Baker range is also sold by other retailers (which it refers to as Ted Baker Trustees), in particular in stores of the John Lewis Partnership and House of Fraser. Ted Baker also has stores at Bicester Village Retail Outlet, Swindon Designer Outlet, Portsmouths Gunwharf Quays and Cheshire Oaks Designer Outlet.
Who are Ted Baker?
We have grown steadily from our origins as a single shirt specialist store in Glasgow, to the global brand we are today. Our aim is to build on this to make Ted Baker the most engaging British lifestyle brand in the world. We are here to create and celebrate the unexpected in the everyday.
Where is the first Ted Baker store in London?
The first London store started trading in Covent Garden and the company was bought outright from Goldberg and Sons. The Blue Baker collection was launched. Opened stores in Soho, London, Leeds Victoria Quarter and Bridlesmith Gate, Nottingham. What’s more, Ted Baker became a privately owned company.
What happened to Tedd Baker?
What a corker. They opened their very first standalone store on American soil in New York, and www.tedbaker.co.uk went live for the first time. Launches for Skin wear and Underwear made for an exciting year. The Endurance suit was created – a legend was born. They launched a new Woman fragrance, and the online store trades for the first time.