Kostüme is a brand new D2C UK cycling apparel brand offering made-to-order limited editions while also linking up with artists. Its very first drop has just launched for browsing with orders placed from April 29.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the French-American investment fund co-founded by LVMH is reportedly considering an IPO that could take place this summer. L Catterton could be valued at more than $3 billion.
John Lewis on Tuesday unveiled a big expansion of its fashion and beauty offer and the fashion labels it’s adding are designed to reflect the casualisation trend that has only accelerated in the past year.
Ethical and sustainable kidswear brand Frugi has named a new CEO with Sarah Clark taking over from Hugo Adams. She’ll be relocating to work at the Frugi HQ in Helston, Cornwall, and will officially start on March 1.
Pandemics and economic woes equal cycling booms, it seems. So it’s no surprise to learn that the last 10 months’ trading for Rapha have seen the upscale cycling retailer thrive when many retailers have suffered.