Updated: 1 week 2 days ago
Footfall fell by 1.9% across all retail locations for the week ended May 9 compared with the same period last year, as the general election disrupted consumer behaviour.
New womenswear show Scoop London will share transport and registration facilities with London Fashion Week in September in the hope of encouraging UK and international buyers to attend both events.
Ghost’s website has been updated to be mobile friendly, fully responsive and redesigned in line with the new, more contemporary direction of the premium womenswear brand.
Marks & Spencer has teamed up with British footwear company Walsh in a move that will see the chain sell branded trainers for the first time.
Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba has acquired a 9.2% stake in flash sales site Zulily, according to regulatory papers.
The Littlewoods catalogue is to become a thing of the past as its owners Shop Direct shut down production after more than 80 years.
Former SuperGroup chief operating officer Susanne Given is thought to be in line to pocket more than £3m after leaving the business in February.
Mike Ashley, the billionaire owner of Sports Direct, could pocket an additional £95m as a result of the General Election outcome.
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Monsoon Accessorize will close underperforming stores and improve its ranges as part of a turnaround plan, following a slump in sales and profits.
Womenswear designer Henry Holland will launch his debut House of Holland menswear collection at London Collections: Men next month.
The retail industry has welcomed the “stability through continuity” that a Conservative party majority government could now bring.
The Conservative party is likely to form the next government according to exit polls issued last night and early results from the votes counted so far, which is expected to be welcomed by retailers and end fears over the impact of political uncertainty on the economy.
Fashion sales at John Lewis leapt up 17.2% in the week to May 2 as it price-matched House of Fraser’s ‘Brand Event’ on the Thursday and Friday.
Sports Direct has sold the lease for its offices in London’s West End to the University of Westminster for £44m.
The founders of womenswear brand Yumi have set up a charity to help people affected by the earthquake in Nepal.
The owner of Salt Resort Wear in London’s Knightsbridge has opened a new contemporary womenswear boutique in Belgravia.
Footwear brands have raised concerns following the announcement that retailer Shoon has entered a Company Voluntary Arrangement, as some are reportedly owed tens of thousands of pounds.
Footwear retailer Shoon has entered into a Company Voluntary Arrangement in an attempt to ensure its survival.