History van Manderley Fashion B.V.
The history of Manderley Fashion B.V. began in 1945, when Johan Morsman founded Confectiefabriek Morsman N.V. and established himself at a school in Denekamp. Unfortunately, the business was destroyed by fire in 1950. One year later, new premises were acquired in the Molenstraat in Tubbergen. This was the perfect location, because the land was cheap, and there were enough hard-working girls who wanted to work in clothing manufacture. In 1988 the name was changed to Manderley Fashion B.V., a more international sounding name. Manderley Fashion B.V. moved to Enschede in 1999 and established itself in the Eerste Stegge in Ootmarsum.
Label and Collection
The brand name, Manderley, is an authentic, quality brand name in mens coats and jackets. In the early years the enterprise concentrated on the production of raincoats. Because the raincoat is a typically English product, the brand name was changed to MANDERLEY in 1947, named for the stately home Manderley in the book "Rebecca" by Daphne du Maurier.