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Róisín Burke on Business

Dunnes Stores scion’s Beltology is just one string to his retail bow

5th August, 2018
Tommy Hilfiger with model Gigi Hadid at Milan Fashion Week earlier this year Pic: Venturelli/WireImage

The apple didn’t fall far from the tree where Dunnes Stores scion Andrew Heffernan is concerned. The younger son of Dunnes Stores boss Margaret Heffernan lives Stateside where, as I’ve previously written, he has an online retail brand called Beltology with his partner, former Ralph Lauren marketer Anna Lundberg.

He also has a portfolio of retail investments in a series of fashion brands that he backs with either majority or substantial...

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