Acquisition Opportunity

This is a unique opportunity to acquire the IP assets of House of Holland Limited (in Administration) (“House of Holland” or the “Company”), a prominent British fashion house with a foothold in both luxury and high street markets, extensive licensing potential and a significant celebrity following.




 Highlights and Opportunities

  • Highly distinctive brand with bold colours and instantly recognisable slogans
  • 15-year track record as a trusted brand partner of high-profile global fashion operators including Net-a-Porter and Farfetch
  • Brand has generated global exposure by strategic collaborations with international brands
  • Significant social media presence and celebrity following
  • Opportunity for active license agreements to be renegotiated in order to access immediate cash flow
  • International trade mark portfolio protecting the brand in key territories including the UK, Europe and China



The brand was launched in 2006 by fashion designer Henry Holland, developing into a luxury brand favoured by celebrities and established as a regular on the London fashion week circuit. House of Holland has recorded an average turnover of £1.7m and gross profit margins of 65% over the last three years.


 IP Assets for Sale:

  • Goodwill rights in the brand and reputation of the House of Holland corporate brand
  • Rights in portfolio of registered trade marks
  • Copyright in relation to the website content
  • Domain name portfolio
  • Customer database and analytics information
  • Social media accounts
  • Organisational knowledge including an extensive catalogue of images from fashion shoots



All offers and requests for more information should be submitted by email directly to Emily Muir at ( and Andrew Smith ( of Metis Partners by email or by phone – +44 (0)141 353 3011. The deadline for offers has been set at 12 May 2020 at Noon (BST).

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