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Premium womenswear brand Luisa Cerano has doubled its UK turnover over the past year and has said there is “definitely still room for growth”.
Outdoor brand The North Face has revealed plans to open up to 120 franchise stores in the UK and Europe over the next three to four years.
US womenswear brand Eileen Fisher will launch into Harvey Nichols Edinburgh and online at Harveynichols.com from November 1.
Hunter has opened its first company-owned store at 83-85 Regent Street as a showcase for its newly-extended range that now includes outerwear and knitwear.
Matalan has opened a new store on the Cardiff high street today, as the value retailer continues its push into prime location space.
River Island has become one of the first retailers to develop a Kindle version of its transactional shopping app.
Harrods reported “another record year” which saw group turnover grow 11% to £794m for the full year to February 1, 2014, compared with £716.3m in the previous year.
Manchester-based etailer Boohoo.com opened its first bricks-and-mortar pop-up shop in New York today.
Aquascutum is developing a made-to-measure men’s tailoring service that will launch in February.
Primark supplier Positive Clothing London has gone into administration after the retailer cancelled its contract, Drapers understands.
Shoppers will spend an extra £2.3bn this Christmas bringing the total to £90.7bn, according to Verdict Research.
The government has announced that April 1, 2015 will be the valuation date for business rates assessments for 2017 onwards.
Liz Evans, tactician behind Warehouse and Oasis, is focused on social media and domestic growth to keep both brands in the premier league.
Back to the future: Simon Cotton, chief executive of Johnstons of Elgin, is getting the balance right between private and own label business to continue the mill’s success.
Redefining luxury: Shop Direct is steering into uncharted territory with VeryExclusive.co.uk, but Sarah Curran and Gareth Jones are confident about its democratic offering.
Viz-a-Viz chief executive Rinku Loomba is on a mission to shake up independent fashion wholesale - one PartnerShop at a time.