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Little White Lies, Louche and Gina Bacconi are among 17 European brands signed up to show at the inaugural joint edition of Pure Shanghai and textile show PH Value.
Crew Clothing will be upping its focus on multichannel services after hiring a new commercial director.
Private equity firm Emeram Capital Partners has said it will keep on all 300 Americana International staff as it completes a deal to take on the parent company of Bench and Hooch.
TJX Europe is planning to open 40 stores in the UK and Ireland in its current financial year, with at east two TK Maxx stores and one HomeSense being readied for the next three months.
Lifestyle brand Orlebar Brown has appointed former Joseph chief executive Sara Ferrero as its chairwoman.
Improved weather has given retailers their first sign of green shoots for spring trading, but some have warned of continuing volatility due to a late Easter.
British luxury brand Mulberry has hired LVMH executive Steven Newey in the newly created role of group commercial director.
Reiss is to open a store in Sheffield shopping centre Meadowhall this spring.
Menswear buyers are backing prints and parkas for autumn 14 but many have been left uninspired by the collections on offer.
This morning John Lewis’ 91,000 staff found out they are to receive a 15% bonus - equivalent to eight weeks’ salary. Watch the moment they found out.
A former boss of Savile Row tailor Hardy Amies has helped set up an investment group targeting small British luxury brands.
Phase Eight is plotting further global expansion, including the UK, after bolstering its management team.
Milanese footwear trade show Micam is revamping its layout to make it easier for buyers to navigate.
The administrators of Internaçionale are confident it will continue to trade for “months, rather than weeks”, after positive initial talks with staff, suppliers and landlords.
John Lewis partners will receive a 15% bonus as the group revealed gross sales broke the £10bn barrier for the year to January 25.
Muted shades, strapless gowns and Grecian styles were hailed as the winning looks on this year’s Oscars red carpet.
Independent retailers have applauded the call by the Business, Innovation and Skills Committee (BISC) for a major overhaul of the business rates system and backed its suggestion that rates should be based on turnover rather than property value.
Wacoal Eveden, the parent company behind lingerie brands Freya, Fantasie, Fauve, Huit, Goddess and Elomi, has appointed Franceska Luther as its creative director.
New Look’s non-executive chairman Alistair McGeorge is stepping down after three years at the retailer.
David Cameron has backed an above-inflation increase in minimum wage following recommendations from government advisers last month.