Revenues at the Goleta, California-based footwear, accessories and apparel group totaled $504.7 million in the first quarter, up 78.2% year over year, as the company experienced strong growth across its brand portfolio.
The Rolling Stones merchandise production line is on a sporting roll. Hot on the heels of linking up with the Euro 2020, the group’s RS No.9 Carnaby retail arm has now teamed up with Team GB for the Tokyo Olympics.
Australia, a country known for punching above its weight in sport, literature, cinema, media, wine and the pursuit of happiness, has tended to underperform when it comes to fashion. One major exception is Zimmermann.
Female athletes have fought long and hard for the right to choose what they wear when they compete at the Olympics, and at the Tokyo Games more and more athletes and fans are speaking out and taking action.
Expansion continues apace for the Republic of Ireland’s Gym+Coffee brand. The athleisure retailer is to open a new Clubhouse store location in Belfast at Victoria Square, marking its debut in Northern Ireland.
Just a short while after we heard that Uniqlo and Theory will be taking over the former Superdry flagship on Regent Street, London, it has emerged that the label has signed up for a brand new flagship.
It’s not just about attracting new businesses but also keeping existing ones. So landlord Grosvenor Britain & Ireland has announced three new deals with New Look, Skechers and Kenji to keep the brands at Liverpool One.
Another major UK retailer is upping its supply chain credentials. JD Sport Fashion will open a 514,000 sq ft warehouse complex on the outskirts of Derby towards the end of the year, employing up to 500 people.
The German sportswear company has expanded its partnership with the international esports organization, becoming its official global apparel partner, including for its North America professional teams and creators.