Textiles Special 2016: Innovations Subscription
The latest textile innovations and technologies are bringing futuristic qualities to garments
The transformation of UK outletsSubscription
The outlet market has moved on from being a simple discount haven to becoming destinations in their own right.
Versatile revamp for Bernshaw rangeSubscription
Eveningwear and occasionwear brand Bernshaw has repositioned its collection for spring 14, introducing bright colours, geometric prints and coloured lace.
Pulp plots growth with Sports Direct’s helpSubscription
Young fashion retailer Pulp is expected to significantly increase its store portfolio after selling a majority stake to Sports Direct for an undisclosed sum.
When Fat Face took the bold step of turning its back on aggressive discounting at the height of the recession, it was a move widely applauded but few counterparts were prepared to follow its lead.
The London Textile Fair had its strongest edition to date last week, with 53 more exhibitors and around 200 additional visitors compared to its last show in January.
Click-and-collect to be worth £4bn by 2018Subscription
Click-and-collect will be worth more than £4bn to retail by 2018 as it continues to find favour with convenience-seeking consumers, according to new research.
The owner of defunct kidswear retailer Footprints has launched a new store in the aftermath of the former’s liquidation.
Landlords welcome BID contribution proposalsSubscription
Landlords have welcomed new government proposals that will allow them to have a greater role in the revitalisation of high streets.
Topshop upsizes Woking storeSubscription
Arcadia-owned Topshop is expanding its Woking store by a third to 5,966 sq ft.