Armenia,Yerevan, Tumanyan St., Building 21 / See on Map

Telephones: +374-10-548795,548794
Fax: +374-10- 548794
Products: Trade in children's clothing, footwear and toys.
Webpage: http://www.orchestra.fr

History The Orchestra company came into being in July 1995, when Chantal and Pierre Mestre decided to develop an original brand and distribution concept based on retail clothing for children. The concept is to have prices among the lowest on the market, carefully designed up-to-date styles, and impeccable quality. Three industrial groups took part in the capitalization and the first store opened its doors in August 1995, at Orange (France).Sixteen new stores opened in the following three years, while the head office organized and structured itself in 1997 and 1998 (strategic recruiting: developing managements for style, purchasing, business, logistics, etc,). The concept of stores in first-rate sites (in shopping malls or city center for example) was definitely confirmed after the opening of the stores in Claye-Souilly (France) and Montpellier, in 1998.In order to continue its development in France as well as Europe, Orchestra opened its capital in 1999 to a group of financial investors which brought in over 3.3 M€ in equity capital and quasi-equity. That same year, Orchestra began its international activity with an initial opening in Gerona, Spain.In 2000, 19 new stores (owned or under franchise) were opened, including 8 in Spain, 3 in Belgium and 1 in Switzerland. The first “Master Franchise” contract was also signed this year, for Belgium.In 2001, 47 new Orchestra points of sale would come into being (not counting the DIPAKI shops reopened under the ORCHESTRA banner during the 1st trimester of 2002).In 2002, 108 openings, including 45 branches, marked a special investment effort which contributed to attaining the necessary size essential for access to the best suppliers.In 2003, 51 new stores opened under our banner and the brand expanded to a number of new countries.In 2004, 40 openings.After 9 years of existence, Orchestra now distributes to over 450 point of sales in over 44 countries.

Adresses: Armenia,Yerevan, Hanrapetutyan Ave., Building 51/53 / See on Map
Telephones: +374-10-546705
Fax: +374-10-548711
Products: Sale of clothing and care products for children and pregnant women.
Webpage: http://www.mothercareplc.com

History Mothercare is a specialist retailer of products for mothers-to-be, babies and children up to the age of eight. Mothercare opened its first store in 1961 in Surrey. Initially the business focused on pushchairs, nursery furniture and maternity clothing, but it subsequently expanded its range to include clothing for children up to the age of five and later up to the age of eight. It now offers a wide range of maternity and children's clothing, furniture and home furnishings, bedding, feeding, bathing, travel equipment and toys through its retail operations in the United Kingdom, and also operates internationally through franchises in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and the Far East under the othercare' brand name.The business started its mail order business in 1962. In 1972, Mothercare first became a public company, and in 1982 Mothercare merged with the abitat chain of retailers to form Habitat Mothercare plc. In 1984, Mothercare began to expand internationally through entering into franchise arrangements with select partners in hosen ountries. In 1986, Habitat Mothercare plc merged with British Home Stores plc. During the 1990s the merged group was rationalised. In 2000, Mothercare became the sole brand and the holding company's name was changed to Mothercare plc.In June 2007, the group acquired Chelsea Stores Holdings Limited, the owner of the Early Learning Centre (ELC) brand.ELC was founded in 1974 originally as a mail order business offering toys and books with educational content. The first ELC retail store opened in Reading later the same year. In 1985, ELC was acquired by John Menzies plc who continued to expand the estate and ELC became a well-known high street brand. In September 2001, ELC was the subject of a management buyout, during which ELC streamlined its operations, exited non-profitable product categories and stores and grew its sourcing operation in Asia.

Adresses: Armenia,Yerevan,Tumanyan st. 27,  Komitas st. 7 / See on Map
Telephones: +374-10 562260; 220422
Adresses: Armenia,Vanadzor, Khorenaci st. 7
Telephones: +374-322 22263
Fax: +374-10 562260
Email: morgan.armenia@gmail.com
Products: Women's clothing and accessories.
Webpage: http://www.morgandetoi.com

History Morgan was set up in 1967 by Odette Barouch and Jocelyne Bismuth, beginning life as a lingerie brand based in the Parisien textile quarter, Sentier. The sisters launched an aggressive expansion programme in the late 1980s and at one stage Morgan had outlets in most of London's fashionable high streets including the Kings Road and Oxford Street in London.
Today Morgan operates in 50 countries with 500 shops around the world and a further 210 concessions in Europe. In Britain it has just a handful of concessions in departments stores left, after quitting the country in March.
The company employs about 1,000 people, including 750 in France. The UK Operation had moved to 7 Back Hill, London (former site of the Van der Moolen Bonds offices), and appointed Fergus Patterson as their Managing Director.

D & G Junior
Adresses: Armenia,Yerevan, Nalbandyan St., Building 13 / See on Map
Telephones: +374-10-565226
Fax: +374-10-565226
Products: Trade in children's clothing and footwear.
Webpage: http://www.dolcegabbana.com

History D&G Jr. is at the cutting edge of fashion and defines what’s hot. From the start, D&G Jr. has had an affinity for bold, original looks and has continually produced eye catching footwear for little fashion followers. D&G Jr. is for kids like yours. The world of D&G is a mix of people, cultures, colors, music and countries, without borders or age.  Inspirations behind the collections pay great attention to cuts and proportions, to balance between quality, style and price. D&G Jr. is a world of its own within the universe of Dolce & Gabbana: a world where fashion means irony and fantasy, where music plays a key role to redefine style, and where even the most traditional items, like the D&G embossed shirts or the romper for baby, your kid will look fresh daily. Loved by people from all ages and countries, always trendy and young, D&G (Dolce & Gabbana) Junior has established itself as one of the hottest and best-selling collections all over the world.

Adresses: Armenia,Yerevan, Mashtots Ave., Building 50/ See on Map
Telephones: +374-10-582885
Fax: +374-10-582885
Products: Men's Shoes.
Webpage: http://www.barker-shoes.co.uk
History The foundation stone of the Barker brand was laid in a humble cottage in the heart of England's shoe manufacturing industry in 1880, by an enterprising Northamptonshire boot maker. Arthur Barker was a skilled craftsman and natural innovator, whose waterproof peg-sole boots were highly sought after (the pegs would swell when wet and make the sole waterproof). Unable to satisfy increasing demands, he employed other craftsmen in surrounding villages to fulfill his growing order book. With a keen eye on the future and a shrewd sense of timing, Barker invested in factory premises at the turn of the century, later securing contracts to supply the British army with boots during the First World War. Early Barker Workers Throughout the interwar years, the Barker brand went from strength to strength as Arthur's three sons joined the family business, taking the brand into new markets and territories. In 1947, a new factory was built in Earls Barton to house the women's shoe production, and in 1950 the brand established a separate sales company to sell direct to retailers. Why are Barker shoes so good? One thing for sure, it is craftsmen and fine materials that makes good shoes. At Barkers, there is no shortage of either. Our craftspeople produce some 200,000 pairs of hand lasted sewn shoes each year. How do we do it?  In 1986 Barker built a new factory and offices using Northamptonshire local brick and stone. It is now one of the finest footwear factories in Europe and occupies a 4.5 acre landscaped site at the centre of the village of Earls Barton. This site is only a few hundred yards away from the original site of 1880. We are at the heart of the British Shoe Making Industry with a highly skilled local labour pool. Barker Factory Show Room. The factory was designed to make fine English shoes. Each section was custom built to achieve this. For example good natural light is a prime requirement for leather grading, colour matching and consistently good stitching, so the environment was arranged to provide this. Today, Barker continue to manufacture the finest quality shoes which sell throughout the world. And although modern methods of production have been introduced over the years, the same skills, traditions and craftsmanship are very much evident today. In a world where things are constantly changing, it is reassuring that some things will always remain the same.In the 1940s Albert Barker (third generation) was an internationally acknowledged footwear designer. He demonstrated that an insistence on traditional standard need not to be old-fashioned. He backed a pursuit of innovative styling with determined brand promotion, once ploughing three successive years' profits back into advertising. These policies of top quality materials, craftsmanship and distinctive classic design are still carefully maintained.
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