Chinese retailer Bosideng is making its buying and design teams in London and Bradford redundant as it shifts these functions back to Shanghai.
Easter trading was a game of two halves as footfall dropped on Friday and Saturday, but rose again on bank holiday Monday.
German luxury fashion company Strenesse - which used to dress the German footfall team at official events - has filed for insolvency.
John Lewis has unveiled a range of events to mark its 150th anniversary next month, including an interactive exhibition of its Victorian origins and exclusive tie-ups.
Retail sales in London’s West End went up 2.4% year on year in March, according to figures from New West End Company, which represents 600 retailers on Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street.
Gant has appointed former Adidas boss Patrik Nilsson as its new chief executive, succeeding Dirk-Jan Stoppelenburg, who resigned from Gant in March.
Mulberry will introduce lower price points after issuing another profit warning this morning - and said profits could be dampened in the medium term “while brand momentum rebuilds”.
The former executive chairman of JJB Sports Sir David Jones forged a bank statement to hide a loan of £1.5m, Leeds Crown Court has heard.
Luxury outerwear brand Belstaff is looking to regain UK stockists under a new sales boss, as it relocates its global headquarters to London from New York later this year.
Bradford-based fitness and shapewear brand Fit Britches is crowd funding in the US in order to raise the $75,000 (£44,800) needed to bring its manufacturing back to the UK.
Scandinavian start-up Fitbay.com is creating a social network that aims to reduce online returns for retailers by “finding clothes that fit.”
Burberry’s last financial year under chief executive Angela Ahrendts has seen more growth, underpinned by double-digit sales increases in Asia-Pacific reported for its second half last week.
SuperGroup - parent of fashion brand SuperDry - has appointed former Asda customer director Jon Wragg as its new ecommerce chief, replacing Chris Griffin.
Burberry Group sales rose 19% to nearly £1.3bn in the six months to March 31, as retail revenues climbed 13% to £928m.
Kidswear designer Rachel Riley has been deluged with shoppers trying to get their hands on the pair of dungarees worn by Prince George in his first media appearance last week.
Monsoon Accessorize’s head of buying Deepi Sekhon is leaving after six and a half years at the business.
Primark is expected to report a 21% jump in first half operating profits tomorrow, which will offset declines in other parts of its parent business Associated British Foods.
Premium outerwear brand London Tradition has won The Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2014 for International Trade, recognising its success exporting to Europe and Asia.
Former Chelsea footballer Didier Drogba, has released a website with images from his upcoming underwear and swimwear collection, Drogba & Co.
Scandinavian fashion giant Lindex is mulling a number of stores in and around London as potential sites for its UK debut.
Luxury fashion brand Armani has been ordered to pay €270m (£221m) to the Italian government in a tax dispute dating back to 2002.
Green shoots of recovery are sprouting in Ireland, but retailers warn that the improvement is fragile and tax increases may hinder further growth.
Shoppers returned to the high street in droves last month, with footfall up 1.8% on March 2013, reversing the decline seen in February, according to Springboard/BRC data.
The founder of kids’ footwear mini-chain One Small Step One Giant Leap Nick Schwefel has left the business as the parent company puts expansion plans on hold.
Designer outlet group Value Retail has promoted Simon Williamson to group retail director at the company.
The first week of the Easter break has bolstered sales at John Lewis, with revenues up 13% year-on-year.
Mulberry entry-level handbags will have retail prices lowered by around £100 from June onwards, as the interim executive chairman looks to return the business to growth.
Animal, the UK action sports lifestyle brand has opened a new 2,493 sq ft store in Torquay.
JD Sports Fashion is considering new opportunities for growth in the coming year – both potential acquisitions and international expansion – as its outdoor arm breaks even and the turnaround of its fashion chain Bank continues.
Tesco’s clothing range F&F has performed strongly online, with sales up nearly 60% in 2013/14, as the supermarket reports annual profits down 6%.