Mark Henderson

Chairman of Gieves & Hawkes

The New Craftsmen and Proportion London

Mark has worked in the British luxury business for over 30 years – working with brands such as Mary Quant, Alfred Dunhill and, since 1996 Gieves & Hawkes of which he was CEO and is now Chairman.

In 2012, he co-founded The New Craftsmen – a Company dedicated to matching independent craftsmen with clients and which opened its first 2,000 sq ft showroom in Mayfair in 2014. In 2014 he was asked to chair the British manufacturing company Proportion London following a successful management buy-out. He is a director of Walpole -  the UK Luxury Industry association, QEST - The Royal Warrant Holders’ Association charity which supports British craftsmanship, London Craft Week and Savile Row Bespoke and chairs Walpole’s Luxury programme with LBS.

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