As London gradually recovers from the pandemic but footfall remains well below pre-Covid levels, London’s West End shopping district is in for a £5 billion investment windfall over the next five years.
Drest was focused purely on fashion when it launched exactly two years ago and now said that it’s “set to disrupt the beauty industry with the launch of Beauty Mode” in an exclusive link-up with Gucci.
Bestseller said Friday that its Business Development unit is currently testing the value of a new digital solution for all brands at its Rømerhus store in Aarhus following a successful test with the Selected label.
As M&S continues to support the categories it thinks will be winners, and as the casualisation trend impacts menswear more than ever, the UK retail giant has launched a new campaign fronted by rugby star Maro Itoje.
Net-A-Porter, Mr Porter and The Outnet have become the latest luxury retailers to embrace resale, saying a link-up with resale technology provider Reflaunt will “offer unique breadth in the online luxury fashion market”.
Capri Holdings announced on Thursday that Versace has extended its license agreement with EuroItalia, the Italy-based global fragrance and cosmetics company, as well as entered into a new agreement with Michael Kors.
The problem with deconstruction, a huge movement in fashion, is that while it looks great on runways, it tends to frighten consumers on a clothes rack. Not at Rokh, which staged a great collection Thursday in Paris.