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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.
Italian sportswear brand Champion is returning to the UK after a two-year absence and is also seeking its first British standalone store.
The former creative director of Crew Clothing and Ghost, Tess Richards, has joined forces with Kat Radcliffe, a former senior designer at Jigsaw and Mulberry, to create a leather womenswear label called Richards Radcliffe.
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.
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.
US denim brand Paige Denim has hired British supermodel Rosie Huntington-Whiteley as the face of the label for spring 2015.
Footwear brand and retailer Crocs is making 183 positions redundant out of its nearly 5,000-strong workforce, and plans to close up to 100 stores after reporting a decline in profits.
Californian lifestyle brand Rocket Dog has strengthened its management team with three new appointments.
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