Hackett’s turnover increased 10% to £170m and its pre-tax profits soared 74% from £3.9m to £6.8m in the year to March 31, as it continued to expand internationally.
Leisurewear retailer Cotton Traders wants to expand its stores and online presence after a record year of trading allowed its founders to buy back Next’s 33% share in the company.
The opening of Bally’s London store has been hailed as a relaunch of the luxury brand by chief executive Frédéric de Narp.
Alexander Wang has taken a lease on a former Post Office site in Mayfair in London, Drapers understands.
Los Angeles lifestyle brand James Perse will open a flagship at 30a Dover Street in London’s West End.
Virtual fitting room specialist Metail has received a further $12m (£7.5m) in funding to launch a mobile platform, expand the team and grow its overseas presence.
Dutch menswear retailer Suit Supply today re-opened its Vigo Street flagship in central London after a total revamp.
Sweden’s H&M Group has reported an 8% increase in sales in September, after warning last month that it may be affected by the unusually warm weather across many of its markets.
Arcadia’s Outfit fascia has agreed a new lease at a retail park in Basildon and has re-geared leases in Stockton-on-Tees and Edinburgh with landlord British Land.
Hackett London is opening a new store in the City of London in November.
The rubber boot brand’s chief executive and design director explain their efforts to raise its lifestyle credentials.
Brands call on stores to refresh their offers to keep customers engaged.
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