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Many Scottish businesses will have breathed a collective sigh of relief at this morning’s referendum results, as did I when I clambered out of bed and switched on the news - if only because it ends months of uncertainty.
There is a bitter-sweet irony that the Drapers Independent Retailer of the Year 2014 is Scottish - very Scottish - and picked up the sought-after accolade on Wednesday, the day before the independence vote north of the border.
A new men’s and women’s pocket sprung footwear brand called Springuru has launched through crowd funding website Kickstarter with an aim to raise £15,000 by November 3.
Matalan has launched an exclusive diffusion line D by Damsel by womenswear label Damsel in a Dress.
Plans have been unveiled to build a 2.3 million sq ft shopping centre in Moscow, which is “set to attract a raft of international retailers seeking expansion opportunities in Russia”.
Miss Sixty will be repositioned as a premium brand when it relaunches in Europe later this year.
On the eve of the Scottish referendum for independence, A Hume Country Clothing in Kelso, Scotland, picked up two prizes including the coveted Independent Retailer of the Year Award at the Drapers Independents Awards 2014.
Longchamp is ramping up its shop-in-shops and opening more standalone stores as it seeks to improve the consistency of its brand image.
Paramedics were called to the Topshop Showspace London Fashion Week venue on Gray’s Inn Road today (September 16) after a man was injured falling through the roof of the building.
Menswear independent retailer The Content Store, founded by Mark Batista, has teamed up with denim brand Edwin Europe to launch a new store in Exmouth Market in London’s Farringdon.
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During last week’s New York catwalks, Tommy Hilfiger launched the First-Timers programme to attract a more diverse audience.
Brands at LFW showed how they are taking the catwalk to consumers.
After seven years on a quiet back street, The Goodhood Store has moved centre stage with its new Shoreditch store.
JD Sports wants to shake up high street menswear with its Open concept. We visited the first store to gauge its prospects.