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Temperley London has collaborated with Net-a-Porter to create a shopable video featuring a number of limited edition dresses that have been created exclusively for the etailer.
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Young fashion etailer Fashion Union will make its first move overseas after signing a deal to launch in China.
German-based etailer Zalando has launched a dedicated UK flash Sales site, running between three to five promotions for a limited time every day.
Title A, the contemporary womenswear label by model-turned-actress Agyness Deyn, is on the hunt for global wholesale partners for spring 15.
Former Asos international director Jon Kamaluddin has joined the board of directors at Swedish payments company Klarna.
Former Reebok brand director Kath Smith has joined SportPursuit.com as chief sales officer, as the sportswear flash Sales site plots its European expansion.
Shopping centre owner Capital & Regional has partnered with CollectPlus, the UK’s largest store-based parcel delivery and returns service, to trial its Click&Collect+ service in shopping centres for the first time.
Barbour has strengthened its senior management team by appointing Paul Johnson Barnett as head of distribution and David Cottage as head of global ecommerce.
Concerned brands have told Drapers that Asos has been downsizing some orders and delaying deliveries from suppliers as the fallout following a fire at its Barnsley warehouse in June continues.
Want it, snap it, find it - picture-led shopping apps that allow customers to search by taking images and submitting them to the app are taking off, and retailers are queuing to sign up.
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The family behind Robinsons of Bawtry have turned a small-town indie into a big player.
It took some tough love to rebuild the British chain, but Bonmarché is now getting back in shape and expanding.
Denham has chosen Berlin’s trendy new retail concept, The Blue Yard, for its first standalone German store.
Its revamped flagship offers the clearest example yet of Massimo Dutti’s premium lifestyle aspirations.