What kind of brand is Charles and Keith?

What kind of brand is Charles and Keith?

Ltd. Charles & Keith Pte. Ltd., styled as CHARLES & KEITH and also known as C&K, is a Singaporean fashion house and luxury goods company founded in 1996. Based in Singapore, the brand has a global footprint, operating more than 600 stores worldwide across 37 countries.

What industry is Charles and Keith in?

Founded in Singapore in 1996, Charles & Keith is a fast-fashion retailer of high-quality, stylish footwear and accessories including bags, eyewear and costume jewellery catered to modern Asian women.

What material is Charles and Keith?

How do I take care of my CHARLES & KEITH products? Our products are made of genuine leather; synthetic fabrics and materials; and metallic accessories which can react to humidity, salt and atmospheric agents. This may cause irreversible wear and tear, so we recommend you keep your item(s) dry.

Is Charles and Keith a local brand?

Charles & Keith is a Singapore brand known for its women’s footwear and accessories. Established in 1996 by brothers Charles and Keith Wong, Charles & Keith started out as a shoe store in Amara Shopping Centre. By 2013, the company had grown into an international chain with close to 400 outlets.

Where are Charles and Keith based?

CHARLES & KEITH Group is headquartered in Singapore and operates more than 600 stores worldwide under two brands specialising in fashion footwear and accessories – CHARLES & KEITH and PEDRO. PEDRO launched in Singapore in 2006 offering collections for the modern working man.

How many stores does Charles and Keith have in Singapore?

As at 2016, there are 29 Charles & Keith outlets in Singapore, located in major shopping centres and suburban malls. Seeing the potential for the brand to do well in global markets, Charles & Keith began expanding its business overseas in 2000. Initially, the company started in markets within Southeast Asia.

How ethical is Charles and Keith?

Overall rating: Not good enough Charles & Keith’s environment rating is ‘not good enough’. It uses few eco-friendly materials. There is no evidence it reduces its carbon and other greenhouse gas emissions.