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The new Apple Watch has whipped up a frenzy in the wearable tech market. More than one million devices are said to have been pre-ordered during the first weekend of its availability last weekend, and there’s still a week and a half to go until its official release on April 24.
German womenswear brand Hauber will cease trading after autumn 15.
Adidas has begun legal proceedings against Marc by Marc Jacobs over copyright infringement.
Tricker’s has appointed ex-Nicole Farhi chief executive Martin Mason as managing director, joining on June 1.
Cath Kidston is to open a 2,100 sq ft unit at the Intu Trafford Centre in Manchester in May.
Mainstream womenswear brand Viz-a-Viz has appointed former BHS store director Jason McShane-Chapman to the newly created role of head of retail.
Oasis design director Clive Reeve has said the two things he looks for in a potential new recruit are an ability to draw and a good portfolio.
The Copenhagen trade fairs have agreed a unified date for their spring 16 editions, with CIFF and Revolver set to run from August 5-7.
The latest batch of young menswear designers to receive financial and business support from Newgen Men, the Topman-sponsored talent initiative, has been announced by the British Fashion Council.
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