Tod’s CEO Diego Della Valle unveiled a new chapter in his giant Italian footwear and luxury empire, 'Tod’s Factory', a series of “dialogues with designers,” and the first conversation will be with Alessandro Dell’Acqua.
At a spruced-up pilot store in H&M's home town of Stockholm, the chain founded in 1947 is testing new concepts that mark a break with its past, and partly echo some tactics already deployed by rivals to attract shoppers.
Italy's Safilo Group has announced their third consecutive licensing agreement with Banana Republic for the brand’s eyewear collections, beginning on February 1 of 2019 and continuing through January 31 of 2025.
In the first half of 2018, Belgian-Dutch fashion company FNG Group recorded a revenue of €251.1 million. The group said that the focus on digitalization and rollout of new concepts contributed to its strong results.
HoF's new owner Sports Direct is continuing to blame “greedy landlords” after it said three of the chain’s 59 department stores will definitely close. They include Hull and Swindon, plus Frasers in Edinburgh.
Shopping malls giant Hammerson has announced that US beauty retailer Morphe is to open its first store outside of London and only its second in the UK with a debut at the Bullring Estate in Birmingham.