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The rapid escalation of fashion technology will have a huge impact on how we shop, with ideas from other sectors such as gaming expected to filter through to retail.
Next time NatWest charges me £35 for breaching my modest overdraft limit by, say, £15 for part of one day, I shall offer in my plea for clemency the case of this week’s accountancy nightmare from Tesco.
Many Scottish businesses will have breathed a collective sigh of relief at this morning’s referendum results, as did I when I clambered out of bed and switched on the news - if only because it ends months of uncertainty.
The Financial Conduct Authority has commenced a full investigation into Tesco’s overstatement of expected profit for the half year.
US premium retailer J Crew is thought to be on the verge of signing two new stores in London, as it continues its steady expansion across the capital.
Topman is offering shoppers an online-only personal shopping service following a link up with Google+.
Clarks will open its first men’s footwear only pop-up shop in London’s Covent Garden on October 23.
German etailer Zalando has priced its IPO near the top end of its given range, valuing the company at as much as €5.3bn (£4.1bn).
US retailer Forever 21 has reduced its pre-tax losses in the UK to £18.4m in the year to February 28, from £66.5m the year before.
John Lewis has added six contemporary brands to its menswear line-up as part of a strategic move to widen its appeal and maximise a “key opportunity” to connect with younger male shoppers.
Paris Fashion Week: Spring 15
Plus catch up on the the key looks from yesterday’s Valentino show.
Plus other key looks from yesterday’s key shows, including Sacai, Sonia Rykiel and Giambattista Valli.
Catch up on this weekend’s Paris fashion week highlights, including big shows from Givenchy, Celine and Chloe.
Highlights from the key designers at yesterday’s Paris Fashion Week catwalk shows, including Carven, Balmain, Roland Mouret and Lanvin.
The final spring 15 fashion week has started in Paris, with Dries Van Noten, Balenciaga and Rochas setting the tone.
Spring 15 Catwalk Analysis
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During last week’s New York catwalks, Tommy Hilfiger launched the First-Timers programme to attract a more diverse audience.
Through its acquisition of distributors and franchise partners, SuperGroup’s global expansion is gathering momentum under chief operating officer Susanne Given.
UK designer Florence Bridge has worked in Matthew Williamson’s embroidery and design department, and in production at Erdem.
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N Brown has brought its Simply Be and Jacamo dual fascia to Oxford Street. How does it shape up against the West End heavyweights?
Footwear brands have embraced the decision to give Milanese trade show Micam a midweek slot for September 2015, but Who’s Next exhibitors are less convinced by the Paris womenswear show’s move to a later date.