British shirtmaker Thomas Pink has won a trademark dispute against Victoria’s Secret over the use of the word “pink” for the lingerie giant’s sub-brand in the UK.
Sainsbury’s Tu fashion label is bringing design for menswear and kidswear under one boss, following the departure of its head menswear designer Richard Bakare.
Jacket Required is attracting an increasingly international following as buyers from across the globe descended on London’s Truman Brewery in east London this week for the premium menswear show.
Hugo Boss has reported an 8% rise in group sales to €559m (£443.1m) for the second quarter of 2014, but wholesale revenue slipped 6% year-on-year.
Exhibitors noted a strong turnout from UK buyers on the second day of Jacket Required, but the retailers remained “cautious” with demand shifting from heritage looks to sportswear-led trends.
Hugh Wahla, the European managing director of US-based young fashion chain Urban Outfitters, has left the business, Drapers understands.
African and African-inspired designers will take to the catwalk at a dedicated fashion week in London this August.
Adam Creed, who left his role as senior menswear designer at Next last year to develop his own streetwear brand, will debut his creations in London at the end of August.
Young fashion chain Jack Wills is opening a store in Lincoln.
Savile Row tailor Gieves & Hawkes has secured its first stockists after more than a decade out of the wholesale business.
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Brands call on stores to refresh their offers to keep customers engaged.
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