As part of Coty's strategy to grow the brand's global influence and in honor of the brand's one-year anniversary, Kylie Skin will roll out in full distribution to over 2,000 doors in 25 countries with the Douglas Group.
Fast Retailing said on Friday that it’s pulling its GU chain out of the South Korean market later this summer. It will close all three of its GU stores in the country, less than two years after it opened there.
Australian discount department store retailer Target could see up to 75 of its stores being closed and many others converted to another of its owner’s banners. Over 1,000 jobs will be affected, owner Wesfarmers said.
John Hargreaves, the multimillionaire founder of discount retailer Matalan, is suing PwC over claims the accounting firm gave him bad advice on how to avoid paying taxes when he moved from the UK to Monaco.
M&S has named a new e-tail head as it works on a £1bn recovery plan that involves ramping up its e-tail operations, selling clothing via Ocado and adding third-party brands to its webstore and physical shops.
As the beauty retailer promises to take a measured approach to reopening its physical stores in the U.S., it is also looking East to make up lost revenue, complementing its retail fleet in China with a new Tmall store.
US brand Vans, launched in the midst of the 1966 skate scene, is supporting its retailers through its e-commerce site. Custom Vans have been created by the stores, which will receive a portion of the profits.
Department store chain John Lewis’s blueprint for reopening its shops is still a work in progress even though the potential opening date is looming early next month. And it says reopening will also be a learning curve.