There are many famous brands of mannequins including Hindsgaul, Rootstein, Cranston, Filoso, Nanasi, Decter, Greneker, Mondo, Pucci, Patina, Nissen and Silvestri.
Loywe - Mannequin
Adel Rootstein started her business in late 1950's,
starting her business from her basement flat in Earl's Court in 1956.
Adel Rootstein is undoubtedly the world's most famous visual merchandisers and mannequin designers. She passed away in 1992.
Rootstein continues to make and sell iconic mannequins - visit website.
One of the oldest mannequin manufacturing companies in the world, founded in 1867 by Fredric Stockman, Stockman Mannequins specialise in serving the French Haute-Couture industry
and American luxury department stores.
Decter, now owned by Silvestri Corporation, founded in 1924, based in Los Angeles, California, make designer mannequins and other visual merchandising display equipment.
Hindsgaul was established by furniture maker Ferdinand Hindsgaul in 1913 and was originally involved with production and sale of shop counters and display cabinets.
Later development led to the sale of display articles - including a selection of imported display mannequins.
Kennett and Lindsell Mannequins
Kennett and Lindsell are specialists in the manufacture of industrial tailors dummies. They are based in Romford, UK.
BigSmile Mannequins, based in Alberta Canada, have a distinctive appearance of colourful hair and
energetic facial expressions.