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Marks Spencer Bagir

Bagir valued at £28m after listing on Aim

Tailoring supplier Bagir Group, whose customers include the likes of Marks & Spencer and Arcadia, has been valued at just over £28m following its IPO on London’s Alternative Investment Market today.

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Tailor Chester Barrie pops up in Fenwick

Savile Row tailor Chester Barrie has opened its first ever pop-up eveningwear concession, in the Bond Street store of iconic department store Fenwick.


Michael Whitby-Grubb leaves Penrose after five years

Michael Whitby-Grubb, commercial director of high end men’s accessories brand Penrose, has left the business after five years.

club monaco menswear

Club Monaco to open first UK menswear store

Club Monaco, the Polo Ralph Lauren-owned lifestyle brand, will open its first UK menswear store this August.

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BFC announces Newgen Men winners

Designers Alex Mullins and Craig Green are the latest designers to receive Newgen Men sponsorship allowing them to showcase their spring collections at London Collections Men.

Pal Zileri

Pal Zileri plans global growth after Qatari deal

The Qatari investors who backed Valentino and Anya Hindmarch have finalised a deal to buy high-end Italian menswear brand Pal Zileri under plans for global expansion.

thomas pink

Thomas Pink launches social media campaign

Shirt retailer Thomas Pink has unveiled a series of short films featuring musician Clement Marfo, London-based artists Bompas & Parr and Charles Morgan, of the British carmaker Morgan, showcasing Thomas Pink’s classic fit, slim-fit and super slim-fit shirts.

Pitti Uomo Autumn 14

New menswear fair dates will avoid LCM and Pitti clash in January

Menswear brands and buyers have welcomed the news that an overlap between London Collections: Men and Pitti Immagine Uomo can be avoided in future Januarys following a reshuffling of the show calendar on the continent.

JD Sports Fashion has pledged its support to Yorkshire indie Mainline Menswear after investing in the business.

JD invests in menswear indie Mainline

JD Sports Fashion has taken a stake in Yorkshire indie Mainline Menswear and is pledging to help support the business as it grows.


B Young owner DK Company buys InWear

Danish brand house DK Company is acquiring the brands InWear, Matinique, Part Two and Soaked In Luxury from IC Companys.

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Rebel & Crown

Brand to watch: Rebel & Crown

Trends may come and go, but the humble plain T-shirt is a staple of all wardrobes.

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Simon Carter

The Drapers Interview - Simon Carter

Originally ‘The King of Cufflinks’, Simon Carter moved into men’s tailoring and ultimately reigned supreme at last year’s Drapers Awards.

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Nothing ventured, nothing gained: Duck and Cover (top) and Serge DeNimes say retailers need to  try new labels

Time to take a risk, branded menswear retailers told

Brands call on stores to refresh their offers to keep customers engaged.

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883 Police

883 Police

883 Police is the authentic denim brand built on heritage quality and innovative design.

Little Shrimp

Kidswear Indicator, April 19 2014

What’s selling now in the world of kidswear fashion?

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Nicholas Thorne

My fashion life - Nicholas Thorne

The menswear buyer for five-store London indie Question Air is an impulsive shopper, but regrets the calf-length Converse boots.

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Nicholas Deakins

Shopwatch: Nicholas Deakins

The smart flagship store recently unveiled by Nicholas Deakins in Leeds signals a new maturity for the men’s clothing and footwear brand.

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