M&S is the latest big name to detail measures put in place to help suppliers during the coronavirus crisis and said it's paying for the vast majority of orders, as well as for fabric suppliers have bought.
A group of employers' organisations, unions and major brands in the garment industry are working with the International Labour Organisation (ILO) to support manufacturers affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
As the Covid-19 crisis continues, brands that aren’t well established will have a tough time surviving, even if they’re owned by big names. So it was no surprise to learn that River Island-backed Harpenne has been axed.
Marks & Spencer is donating thousands of T-shirts bearing the message “We are the NHS” to dress staff and volunteers at temporary hospital NHS Nightingale London. And over 4,000 pyjama sets will be donated as scrubs.
McLaren Construction has officially been appointed to complete the development, which will deliver 77,000 sq ft of leisure space including a new 10-screen Empire cinema to increase dwell times at the mall.