Joules continues to go from strength to strength with the UK-based fashion retailer saying Tuesday that it has seen “further brand expansion across markets and channels” in the half-year to November 26.
Europe’s biggest property group has agreed to buy shopping mall owner Westfield for $16 billion, marking the biggest takeover of an Australian company and a shift in global retail property to counter online shopping.
Women’s fashion clothing company eShakti, which focuses on the US and Canadian markets and also runs an Indian e-commerce unit Zapelle, has raised $2.3 million in debt funding from Mumbai-based BlackSoil Capital.
German footwear company Birkenstock is ending its business relations with Amazon Europe and will discontinue direct deliveries provided by the platform’s European subsidiary from 1 January 2018, it announced on Monday.
GGP Inc , one of the largest owners and operators of U.S. shopping centres, has rejected a $14.8 billion buyout offer from its biggest shareholder, Brookfield Property Partners LP , sources said on Sunday.
Steinhoff shares plunged another 50 percent on Friday, before recovering as traders booked profits on short positions taken out after the South African retailer disclosed accounting irregularities earlier this week.
With every luxury brand executive racing to build a digital empire, it’s refreshing to sit down with Bruno Pavlovsky of Chanel; whose main focus for next year will be bricks and mortar, and live events.
Ariana Grande is an undisputed pop princess, but new figures show that she is also an exceptionally talented fragrance designer, with her range achieving global sales of $150 million in the space of just two years.
As the UK prepares for Brexit it seems that ‘made in Britain’ remains an aspirational label for domestic shoppers as well as for those in the US, while Burberry and M&S score highly in UK brand perception.