Max Mara is taking its next resort show on the road again, as the Italian marque reveals plans to stage its next cruise collection in Lisbon, marking the latest foreign jaunt by the Italian luxury fashion marque.
YNAP’s high-end menswear e-tailer Mr Porter has launched its first collaboration with LA-based label Fear of God. Designed by Jerry Lorenzo, it features a curated edit from Fear of God’s mainline and Essentials range.
Some retailers, including Next and Nutmeg clothing brand owner Morrisons, have said they’ll pay only statutory sick pay for staff forced to self-isolate due to contact with someone who has Covid if they’re unvaccinated.
The opening of the new Elizabeth Line that’s a key part of the London transport network will happen in the next few months without the opening of the Bond Street Crossrail station, Transport for London has announced.
Just a few days after Pentland’s Ellesse brand announced a return to winter sports, the Boss brand is diving deeper into the category too as the official partner of the Hahnenkamm Races, which kicked off its plans.
Morrisons has begun looking for a new chief executive on news that current incumbent David Potts plans to stand down. But the company has plenty of time with Potts not likely to leave for another two years.
Fast-fashion e-tailer PrettyLittleThing will air its new Molly-Mae Hague collection at a showcase during LFW. The move follows the firm appointing the celebrity as its UK and Europe creative director last summer.
Footfall to retail destinations has been recovering since the original lockdown in 2020, but 2021 still saw a disastrous fall of 31.1% compared to 2019, tracking specialist Springboard said on Monday.
The Paris menswear season hadn’t quite ended, and the haute couture season has not begun. Nonetheless, the city witnessed two striking women’s ready-to-wear shows by Paco Rabanne and Alaïa on Sunday evening.