Nobody’s Child has unveiled its expansion into the US through the launch of online partnerships with fashion brands Anthropologie and Nordstrom, as its European and Middle Eastern expansion plans “are also imminent”.

Nobody’s Child, in which Marks & Spencer has a 27% stake, said shoppers can expect its launch with Anthropologie and Nordstrom this summer.

The announcement follows Nobody’s Child’s expansion into the Australian market at the end of last year.

Nobody’s Child also confirmed “imminent openings” across Europe, including Germany, Finland and Italy, as well as in Dubai and Kuwait in the Middle East later this year.

The fashion retailer credited its expansion plans to an “increased interest” in the markets as it grows its customer base “across the globe”.

Nobody’s Child said its partnership with M&S in the UK has helped the fashion retailer to reach a wider range of demographics.

This follows the announcement last month that Marks & Spencer had provided further funding to Nobody’s Child in order to help power its growth.

Nobody’s Child chief executive Jody Plows said: “Expanding the Nobody’s Child offering globally to new territories is a really exciting moment for the brand as we reach new consumers in the US, UAE and Australia.

“We are excited to be able to share our sustainable ethos with a new consumer, and can’t wait to see how the markets respond to our responsible collections.”

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