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MR MARVIS wants to double the number of stores in the core markets in Europe

The company specializes mainly in men’s shorts made in Portugal and started as an online shop.

The expansion strategy meets the needs of customers who prefer the physical shopping experience, according to a statement. In total, there will soon be around 10 stores open, with a further 15 planned, meaning that by the end of next year there will be around 25 stores in operation in the key markets of the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium and the UK.

MR MARVIS, which was founded in 2016 by Steven Vrendenbarg, David Sipkens and Aafke Tuin, opened its first physical store almost four years ago at P.C. Hoofstraat 21. Further locations in the Netherlands such as The Hague, Laren and Maastricht, Germany (Munich) and Belgium (Antwerp and Knokke) followed. The brand’s mission is to radiate positivity with the help of iconic designs, first-class customer service and sustainability. As part of the B-Corporation, a community of many like-minded companies, they work together for an inclusive and sustainable economy. Since its foundation, MR MARVIS has primarily sourced certified materials and materials with a long service life. The declared goal is to achieve net zero by 2030. Zero waste is also an important topic: fabrics that are no longer used for clothing are given a new life as carrier bags.


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