Peek & Cloppenburg is known as an international brand in overall 15 countries of Europe. They sell designer and own-brand fashion for the whole family in the middle and upper price range. The company owns 65 large fashion stores in the major cities. Under the name Van Graaf, there are stores in Poland, the Czech Republic, Switzerland, Hungary, and Austria.
The roots of Peek & Cloppenburg go back to the 19th century. In 1869, Johann Theodor Peek and Heinrich Cloppenburg established their first fashion store in the Dutch city of Rotterdam. Heinrich Cloppenburg's son James moved back to Germany, and in March 1901 founded Peek & Cloppenburg in Germany.
Peek & Cloppenburg KG Wien (Vienna), runs 65 stores in Austria, Poland, Croatia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech, Hungary, Romania, Lithuania, Latvia. There are ten stores in Poland.