Premium cycling brand Rapha is planning to make the most of the focus on its speciality in Yorkshire next month with the opening of a pop-up shop, called the Clubhouse, at Hammerson’s Victoria shopping centre in Leeds.
Browns is tipping Celine, Bottega Veneta and Lemaire as hot picks for AW19's 'cool classics' style, and it's adding a raft of new names to its line-up, as well as backing the return of the on-trend knee-length boot.
Wrangler is opening a pop-up shop in London's Soho for the launch of its premium Icons collection this month with a focus on music inspiration and a schedule of bands performing there as part of the marketing support.
Christopher Raeburn is rebranding to simply ‘Raeburn’ and has introduced a new logo that revisits the brand’s origins, when the designer used old military surplus, including parachutes, to make new clothing.
Cycling brand Rapha may have seemed to be riding high a few months ago when it was bought by Walmart heirs Steuart and Tom Walton, but it has been struggling of late and posted a £20m loss in its latest set of accounts.
Christopher Raeburn has named his brother Graeme performance director at his brand, which may not sound like big news, but certainly is given the changes happening at the label and Graeme's impressive background.