More info has been released from a new Colliers report on central London retail and it shows that as far as space development is concerned, units housing global brands have been less affected by vacancies than others.
U.S. apparel major PVH Corp. announced on Monday it has temporarily ceased operations in Russia and Belarus, effective immediately, as a result of the war in Ukraine, joining other big name firms including L'Oreal.
Levi Strauss and Ralph Lauren are among U.S. apparel brands likely to be worst hit by Russia's invasion of Ukraine which is again clogging supply chains in Europe where they derive at least a quarter of sales.
This Wednesday, Dior opens La Galerie, a living museum spread over 2,000 square meters and 13 concept spaces, a unique display of the history, heritage and DNA of the marque. Fashion Network enjoyed a pre-opening tour.
Fashion resale and rental platform Rites is opening ‘Rites Relove’, the brand’s first pop-up store in East London on Wednesday. The temporary store will operate until 5 April at Broadway Market, East London.
The parent company of Japanese casualwear giant Uniqlo on Monday defended a decision to keep Russian stores open even as rivals Zara and H&M suspend operations in the country following its invasion of Ukraine.
While European fashion labels and associations are introducing measures to support Ukraine, FashionNetwork.com has looked into the commercial links between the European, Ukrainian and Russian textile/apparel sectors.
Beauty retailer Space NK has signed a deal with one of the world’s biggest names. It's teaming up with Walmart to bring prestige beauty products to the US firm's webstore next week and to US Walmart stores this summer.
Fashion giant Next is to stock Cell Workout, a comprehensive new athleisure line from UK prison fitness-based firm CIC. The new brand, inspired by the book Cell Workout and its author LJ Flanders, has launched online.