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New Look has lost two directors in short succession, as the retailer continues to restructure its UK team.
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Moss Bros chief executive Brian Brick got an uncomfortable view of how his company operates in this week’s episode of Undercover Boss, a Channel 4 reality TV series.
The Germans have plenty to celebrate following the dramatic conclusion of Sunday’s World Cup in Brazil, and German sportswear brand Adidas is sharing in the triumph.
On Tuesday night, I was not expecting anything to be as surprising as Bread & Butter’s news that it would hold an edition in Seoul on September 3-5, 2015.
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Sports etailer Pro-Direct is preparing to open its first standalone store just off London’s Carnaby Street.
Robert De Keyser, the new UK and Irish wholesale agent for Basler, plans to double the mainstream German brand’s UK sales within three years, starting with its spring 15 collection.
Actress and model Kelly Brook has been named as the face of footwear brand Skechers for the company’s 2015 marketing and social media campaigns.
British denim chain Jeans West is looking to sublet its 269 Regent Street store after more than a decade in the unit.
The groundswell of support for UK-based designers and manufacturers continued this week with the launch of the inaugural Buy British Day, which will take place on October 3.
USC brand director Emma Alexander has left the company with immediate effect, Drapers understands.
Marks & Spencer will open 10 stores in Saudi Arabia as part of a new deal struck with franchise partner Alhokair Fashion Retail.
TA Associates has sold “a significant” stake in lifestyle retailer Cath Kidston to private equity firm Baring Asia in what is thought to be a multi-million pound deal.
Supplier Bagir Group has said it expects to make a half-year loss of $2m (£1.17m) for the six months to June 30, after a challenging period including an “unexpected reduction” in orders from Marks & Spencer.
US denim brand Paige Denim has hired British supermodel Rosie Huntingdon-Whiteley as the face of the label for spring 2015.
Pure play etailer Boohoo has launched a German language website, its third local language site in the past year.
Cash pledged to boost London’s high streets is “an expensive sticking plaster” and would be better spent improving policy such as that surrounding business rates, retail experts have said.
Helped by sales manager Diane Sykes, Jürgen Leuthe is giving the 144-year-old label a new lease of life.
Youthful Ambition: USC brand director Emma Alexander wants to make young fashion retailing look simple - starting on Oxford Street.
In his 20th year at Sole Trader, buying controller Derrick Hoyle lives and breathes the business - and is helping direct its onward march.
Family-run luxury independent Feathers is ready for expansion as it soars into its 40th year.