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The future of My-Wardrobe.com is again in jeopardy after the premium etailer revealed it is “currently pausing to review all strategic options” amid the cancellation of all spring 15 orders.
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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.
Online purchases of clothing and footwear will soar over the next four years, but consumers are increasingly looking for more flexible delivery options such as Sunday delivery or click-and-collect pick up points, according to a report commissioned by Barclays.
Bread & Butter show organiser Karl-Heinz Müller has launched an online shop for his 14oz Berlin concept store.
Marks and Spencer has seen its clothing sales in China surge on Alibaba owned ecommerce site Tmall.
The Australia country manager for Asos.com Ching-Har Wong is to leave the business after just five months in the role.
Topshop launched a ‘social catwalk’ at LFW which involved the unveiling of three looks from the Topshop Unique spring 15 collection exclusively on Facebook immediately after the Sunday (September 14) show, rather than on the runway.
Mr Porter has become the first third-party stockist of Google Glass in the UK, launching three styles online this week.
Fashion and lifestyle etailer notonthehighstreet.com has launched its first dedicated overseas marketplace in Germany, the first step in its wider international expansion plans.
Flash Sales website Secretsales has recorded a 68% increase in revenue to £18.2m for the year to December 31, while losses narrowed by 10%.
During last week’s New York catwalks, Tommy Hilfiger launched the First-Timers programme to attract a more diverse audience.
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Lewis leads wacoal’s united front: a new name signals a fresh approach for lingerie group Wacoal Eveden, chief executive Tracy Lewis explains.
Asda’s clothing brand boss Fiona Lambert is not worried by the growing threat from supermarket rivals
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.