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Karen Millen’s chief creative officer, Gemma Metheringham, will leave the brand in July after 17 years to rejoin former employer Next as creative director of its Label business.
Designer fashion independent Wolf & Badger has diversified into beauty and kidswear brands for the first time.
Sports Direct owner Mike Ashley will seek legal advice before deciding whether to appear before MPs on June 7 and give evidence about working practices at the retailer.
A consortium backed by a wealthy Portuguese family and led by former Burton and Mothercare managing director Greg Tufnell is reportedly closing in on a deal to rescue BHS.
London retail lobby group New West End Company has outlined plans to promote a significant reduction in traffic to the area, create jobs, increase dwell time in stores and boost commercial income overall by £4.5m per year by 2020.
Retailers and industry observers have largely welcomed the news that Sergio Bucher, boss of Amazon’s European fashion business, has been appointed as chief executive at Debenhams, citing his digital credentials as the “shake-up” the department store group needs to compete on the high street.
After months of speculation the retail world woke up to the surprising news this morning that Debenhams’ top job has gone to former vice-president of Amazon Fashion Sergio Bucher. Drapers tells you everything you need to know about the CEO-elect.
Joules will float on London Stock Exchange’s junior Aim market today.
It will take a while for Marks & Spencer’s clothing sales to return to growth, the retailer’s bullish new chief executive Steve Rowe warned yesterday.
Personalisation and customisation are the next big trends in retail, said Hal Watts, chief executive of London-based knitwear technology start-up Unmade, at the Meet the Manufacturer UK sourcing event in east London today.
Helen Colclough, ecommerce development manager at River Island, is to leave the retailer on Friday after three years, Drapers can reveal.
Debenhams has appointed Sergio Bucher as chief executive to replace Michael Sharp.
English Fine Cottons will in July produce the first batch of cotton in Greater Manchester since the last mills closed in the 1980s.
Aquascutum chief operating officer Mark Taylor will step down from his role in July after three years with the company, to pursue another opportunity.
BHS suppliers CUK Clothing and Courtaulds Brands have collapsed into administration, resulting in the loss of 350 jobs.
Five of the biggest model agencies in the UK and their trade association, the Association of Models, have been accused of price fixing by the Competition and Markets Authority.
MPs were told that there was a “question mark” over Dominic Chappell’s business knowledge before his company, Retail Acquisitions, bought BHS for £1 in March 2015.
H&M has revealed that its next designer collaboration will be with Kenzo.
Marks & Spencer chief executive Steve Rowe must now deliver on his promise to turn around slumping clothing sales, industry observers said in response to the retailer’s new strategy, unveiled this morning.
Former Burton and Mothercare managing director Greg Tufnell has reportedly made an eleventh hour bid to rescue BHS.