Expect to see The Beatles make a major comeback -- in terms of North American merchandising opportunities that is. Bravado, the merchandise/brand management company, is to develop new avenues for the Britpop pioneers.
Another prominent city-centre retail space bites the dust. Birmingham’s former Beatties department store is set to become an urban storage hub, with self-storage group StoreAway having taken over the 60,500 sq ft space.
Boohoo co-founder Mahmud Kamani has become an investor in Australian flash sales platform MySale. According to a statement to the London Stock Exchange, Kamani has secured a 4.76% stake, buying over 45 million shares.
As AW22 campaign season gets under way, Clarks has unveiled a new initiative with the launch of the Clarks Collective, a group of “ambassadors and activists championing authentic social change for the world ahead”.
Aries and Retrosuperfuture (RSF) are linking up for the first time this month with an exclusive eyewear collaboration that presents the RSF Zed design in two exclusive colourways, Aries Aqua and Havana.
ASOS has announced the timetable for its COO/CFO Mat Dunnn — who also stood in as interim CEO of the business after Nick Beighton’s exit — to step down from his roles at the firm as it restructures its executive team.
It's finally happening. Nearly 40 years after Battersea Power Station closed as a working power generator, the listed historic site will reopen on 14 October as a major South London shopping and leisure destination.
Just as inflation ravages the big guns of U.S. apparel retail, awash in high inventory and deep discounts to lure shoppers back to stores, Japan's Uniqlo is set for its best year ever in North America.
The collection consisting of 15 sportswear pieces imbued with the transgressive signature style of Spanish designer Alejandro Gómez Palomo will be available in both brands' online stores and in select Puma stores.
Lululemon on Thursday raised its annual profit and revenue forecasts as demand from affluent customers for its new belt bags, golf and tennis clothing cushions the blow from a cut in spending by lower-income households.
The post-pandemic return of the CIFF trade show and Copenhagen Fashion Week, which were both held this summer, reflected the Danish capital’s differentiated and innovative strategy to boost the local fashion industry.