Marks & Spencer buys stake in Nobody’s Child in brand push

Models wearing Nobody's Child fashions

Marks & Spencer has acquired a 25% shareholding in Nobody’s Child as it builds a platform of brands to complement its core offer.

Nobody’s Child, the first third-party brand that M&S worked with as it introduced a range of partners including Seasalt and Early Learning Centre, will continue to operate as a separate business. Marks & Spencer’s investment and infrastructure will help Nobody’s Child grow.

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