Threadbare founder Sanjeev Mehan joins Visage. Visage is a designer, sourcer and supplier to high street retailers. Visage opens a new office in Manchester.
Visage begins to supply major high street retailers such as Next and New Look.
Visage opens up a new office in Shanghai, China.
Sanjeev and his wife Anita achieve a management buyout of Visage, taking over the business.
Visage moves into a new office called Centenary House in Eccles, Manchester. The company employs 600 new members of staff.
Sanjeev sells Visage to Li & Fung, one of the biggest trading companies in the world.
Sanjeev leaves Visage and sets up his own company, A. M. London. The brand Threadbare launches as a contemporary menswear brand.
Threadbare launches on Zalando’s online platform and on online retail giant Next.
The boyswear brand Threadboys launches. Threadboys offers stylish boyswear to inspire confidence.
A. M. London relocates to Oakland House, Trafford Park, Manchester. Threadcub launches, stylish outfits for toddlers. Threadbare begins creating accessories across all the ranges.
Threadpaw launches. Threadpaw offers fashionable accessories for dogs.