SMCP, the group behind French fashion brands Sandro, Maje and Claudie Pierlot, has reported higher profits and sales, which its chief executive said was partly due to the allure of Parisian chic for Chinese customers.
Whoever said luxury and online don’t go together well? Certainly not Matchesfashion. The boutique-turned-internet-luxury-giant has reported its results for the first time and the numbers are impressive.
The Shop at Bluebird is linking up with a selection of creative designer labels to mark festival season with pop-ups, exclusives and a 5-week 'store takeover' that celebrates music and fashion with a King's Road slant.
Topshop is to lose its long-serving MD with Mary Homer set to leave to run fast-expanding lifestyle chain The White Company as it prepares to enter the US. Topshop is now seeking a star MD from outside the organisation.
The stores are part of a program designed to create employment opportunities for people with disabilities and generate funding for non-profit organisations specialized in helping disabled people integrate into society.
Nike has opened another high-tech flagship, this time in Moscow, part of its effort to create a stronger customer experience through personalization and activity zones and link its digital and physical store platforms.
Amazon.com Inc launched AmazonFresh Pickup at its brick-and-mortar grocery store in Seattle, as the online giant attempts to crack into the multi-billion dollar grocery market dominated by retail giants such as Wal-Mart.
Warmer weather encouraged UK shoppers to visit stores in the days leading up to Mother’s Day with footfall growth up for the third week running. Retail parks and shopping centres were the key beneficiaries.
Glasgow’s St Enoch centre is spending £1.5m to boost mall footfall but it is not spending it on new fashion stores. Instead the mall is aiming to increase visitors to its stores through a boost to its leisure offer.