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Belstaff Spitalfields

Belstaff opens second London store

Outerwear brand Belstaff has opened its second London store at 16 Lamb Street in Spitalfields, east London.

The Trampery

East London designer studio forced to close after 400% rent increase

A shared studio in east London which has been home to designers including Jonathan Saunders, Lou Dalton, Holly Fulton and James Long, is set to close in the face of a 400% rent increase.

Jacket Required

Jacket Required delivers the goods

Jacket Required closed yesterday (July 30) with quieter footfall than on Wednesday, but having confirmed its attraction to multiple and independent buyers who no longer feel a strong pull to the Berlin fairs.

Jacket Required for spring 16

Expanded Jacket Required maintains its appeal

Jacket Required is shining a positive light on the UK menswear industry and gaining an increasingly international following, brands and agents reported on the first morning of the trade show.

American Eagle Westfield London

American Eagle plots further UK expansion with regional stores

US young fashion retailer American Eagle Outfitters is set to spread its wings further with new regional stores after debuting in London last November.

BHS

BHS may close Southampton and Carlisle stores

BHS has started consultations with almost 120 employees at two of its stores in Southampton and Carlisle as it continues to review its property portfolio.

The Kooples

The Kooples relocates to bigger London flagship

Contemporary French retailer The Kooples will relocate to a bigger flagship on London’s Carnaby Street in August.

Stradivarius

Stradivarius to launch menswear line in 2017

Spanish womenswear retailer Stradivarius will launch a menswear line in 2017, aimed at urban cosmopolitan men aged between 20 and 30.

Crew Clothing spring 15

Crew Clothing slips into the red following online investment

Crew Clothing’s sales increased by 12% to £59.2m but it made a loss of £106,828 for the year to October 26, 2014, compared to a profit of £30,304 during the previous year.

Best Menswear

Irish menswear chain appoints examiners after Clerys closes

Irish menswear mini-chain Best Menswear has appointed examiners, after the sudden closure of department store Clerys last month had a “catastrophic” effect on the company.

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Carlos Duarte of H&M

The Drapers Interview: Carlos Duarte on growing H&M's footprint on these shores

Store openings and a beauty launch are keeping UK and Ireland country manager Carlos Duarte busy.

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D&G London flagship protest

Protestors target Dolce & Gabbana London flagship

Protestors gathered outside Dolce & Gabbana’s London flagship earlier today following the designers’ controversial comments opposing gay adoption and IVF.

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883 Police

883 Police

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

Hugo Boss

Occasionwear Indicator, July 27, 2015

Find out what’s selling now in the world of occasionwear and men’s formalwear.

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Thomas Harvey, head of menswear at Aquascutum

My Fashion Life: Patience pays off for Aquascutum's Thomas Harvey

The head of menswear at British brand Aquascutum on why he returned to the brand and his plans to take it further upmarket.

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