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New Look has parted company with two directors in short succession, as the retailer continues to restructure its UK team.
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The spirit of entrepreneurship was burning bright on Tuesday evening when I attended a networking dinner for journalists and bright young things from the field of fashion technology.
Chris Bryant is partner at law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner.
Sarah Decent is the owner of footwear retailer Modish in Cambridge and Saffron Walden.
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Jacques Vert Group (JVG) has poached George at Asda’s Pauline Chisholm for a newly-created role as head of business development.
Chelsea-based lingerie boutique Petits Bisous will launch its first own label collection in September.
Consumer spending on clothing fell slightly from May to June as store prices rose 1.7%, according to data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Louis Vuitton will open its first European airport store at London Heathrow’s Terminal 5 this December.
The number of full time retail jobs fell by 2.5% year-on-year in the second quarter of 2014, as property costs and business rates force companies to cut back elsewhere, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC).
Daphne Selfe, the model who at 86 years old has been gracing the cover of magazines for more than 60 years, is fronting Drapers’ spring 15 Womenswear Special this week.
US esigner brand DKNY will open a 2,265 sq ft standalone store in Trinity Leeds in October, its first location in the city.
Incoming Tesco chief executive Dave Lewis must tackle the same legacy problems as his predecessor failed to do, including product, pricing and increased competition, industry insiders have warned.
Retailers have backed the Competition and Markets Authority’s proposal to launch an investigation into the way UK banks treat small businesses, claiming the current system is “onesided” and holds them “to ransom”.
British footwear distributor Overland has signed a deal with US licencing group G-III Apparel Group to sell G.H. Bass Shoes in Europe.
Work has started at Cheshire Oaks, the UK’s largest designer outlet, on a £3m refurbishment that will overhaul walkways, facades and street furniture.
Lacoste has launched an augmented reality mobile app that allows shoppers to virtually try on trainers in store.
Before taking charge of The Twenty Club, Wendy Hallett opens the door on this select event.
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.