SlavinRaphael Completely Revamps New Website

Our favourite agency SlavinRaphael, the wholesale multi-brand sales agency, as just got a little better! We just checked out their completely revamped website and wanted to share their impressive international brand portfolio with our SD Insiders.


Their new website highlights their incredible brands, such as Hunter, Tiger of Sweden, Ted Baker, Matt & Nat, and Minkpink. Founded
 in 1978 in North America, SlavinRaphael distributes the most sought-after international footwear, apparel and accessory brands in the world. The main page video gives you an overall feel of the labels and takes a closer look inside the individual brands they carry. Interactive and easy to use, the website truly represents their image. “We are proud to launch our new website that matches our evolving aesthetic and vibe! Nothing beats coming to see us in person but visiting us online is the next best option,” said Steven and Avi, partners at Slavin Raphael. “We will continue to work hard in bringing the best apparel, footwear and accessory brands from around the world to this great country that we live in.”

At the forefront of fashion style for some 40 years, SlavinRaphael is known as one of the most exciting premier fashion wholesale companies today. Their carefully curated 15,000 square foot showroom demonstrates their professionalism and detail. A team of more than 25 energetic salespeople make calls, visit stores, and provide first class service. They don’t just sell brands, they build brands. Their partnerships with retailers sets them apart from other agencies, and they have grown to include other enterprises in retail, marketing, and distribution to provide a complete full-service business solution for your brand.

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