ASOS Chairman as Ian Dyson is to take up the same post at electricals retailer Currys. He'll remain with ASOS for now and the firm will replace him once it has appointed a new CEO, with its CEO search still under way.
This Wednesday, Chanel unveiled its new experiential super-boutique in Place Vendôme, the mecca of the fine jewelry industry, and like the house’s founding designs, it feels both luxurious and yet iconoclastic.
Founded in 2018 by Camille Le Gal and Laure Betsch, the Paris-based startup specialized in traceability is making great strides this year and is aiming to raise three million euros in funding this summer.
Digital fashion retailer Sosandar has appointed former Superdry exec Jon Wragg an independent non-executive director. He joins “with a track record of driving growth in consumer businesses through digital channels”.
Sosandar has seen another record year with the 12 months that ended in March seeing revenue up 138% year-on-year and every month during the second half being EBITDA-positive. The new year has started strongly too.
Online retail giant The Very Group has announced that operations director Sean Hallows is being promoted to the role of chief operating officer, joining the executive team and reporting to CEO Henry Birch.
If any sector in fashion has enjoyed a global boom it is outerwear, from the ginormous success of Moncler to millions of ubiquitous puffers. However, few marques have married performance with polish as well as Mackage.
As demand for leisurewear shows no sign of abating, fashion and home retailer Joe Browns has launched Sloe Joes. It’s a new loungewear/pyjama collection that “leans into the ongoing trend of comfort and dressing down”.