All Good Things eyes growth following investment

14th July 2023 | Jack Oliver

Pre-loved clothing retailer All Good Things is looking to open more stores after securing a £2.5m equity investment.

The retailer secured the Series A funding from Souter Investments, alongside a number of experienced retail figures, including: Former TFG London chief executive Ben Barnett and managing director Lee Harlow; former Whistles managing director Helen Williamson; former Jigsaw chief executive Charlie Atterton; and former Dune chief executive John Egan.

All Good Things currently operates stores in Bristol’s Cribbs Causeway and Merry Hill Shopping Centre, Dudley. It is now looking to expand its store estate later this year and into 2024.

The retailer is headed up by a management team consisting of former Jigsaw retail director Karen Fuller, the former head of global media networks at BT Keith Bristow, and former senior buyer at Brand Alley Sonia Chopra. Ben Barnett chairs the company.

All Good Things has partnered with over 200 UK and European fashion brands during the last 12 months, as it looks to provide a physical home for clothing set to be recycled.

Keith Bristow, chief executive, said: “The growth of All Good Things has been a labour of love for the team. Establishing a new, sustainable retail concept has involved a considerable journey, and one for which we owe a debt of gratitude to our forward-thinking brand partners, who have over-turned convention and built us proactively into their supply chain.”


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