Seasalt’s fast growth in recent years has seen the brand reaching consumers it wouldn’t previously have reached and now it’s set to engage with even more of them as its first-ever TV ad campaign airs.
Britain's Marks & Spencer said on Thursday it would launch a wave of guest clothing brands on its website this spring, including Hobbs, White Stuff, Joules and Sloggi, in bid to accelerate online growth.
Marks & Spencer isn’t just upping it’s game in womenswear. The UK retail giant is also turning its attention to expanding character-based kidswear with the introduction of Mr Men and Little Miss clothing this month.
Expect a radical new look to Marks & Spencer’s women's fashion line-up this spring. The UK retail giant is understood to have struck deals with four independent womenswear brands to bolster sales, particularly online.
Seasalt saw its sales jumping during the festive season even though it endured a 44% fall in sales through physical shops. Fortunately, its webstore easily made up for the shortfall with a 95% increase.