Quiz's IPO has proved to be a sucess with the firm rasing expansion cash to help it plans for more stores in its domestic market and fast growth in countries like the US, as well as in Asia, Europe and the Middle East.
Sunny weather and markdowns helped British retail sales rise more strongly than expected in June and shake off a gloomier start to the year, with fashion making up for shortfalls in other sectors, official figures showed.
Mothercare has issued upbeat news and some worrying figures too as a Q1 trading update showed UK comp sales rising. But in-store and online they've slowed from last year’s Q4, and global sales growth is proving elusive.
Sports Direct saw its profits taking a dive last year and currency effects are hitting margins hard. But new-gen stores, a deal with Asics and strong premium lifestyle and licensing ops give it reasons to be cheerful
The promotional push linked to influential Beatles album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band on its 50th anniversary hit Selfridges this week as it launched a product collection featuring Beatles/Sgt. Pepper imagery.
Halfpenny London, a clothing brand dedicated to vintage inspired wedding dresses, has expanded and moved its London atelier. The new flagship site is located opposite the former boutique on Woburn Walk, Bloomsbury.
Sir Philip Green has named Burberry's ex-chief merchandising officer Paul Price as CEO at the Topshop/Topman business with a remit to grow globally and expand its digital footprint. But will it also move upmarket?