Trade creditors are set to lose £270,000 after Wembley-based discount retailer Brand Outlet filed for voluntary liquidation.
Ralph Lauren has appointed Sadie Tew as the new head of retail for Europe, Middle East and Africa for the fashion label’s direct to consumer division, Drapers understands.
The founder and chief executive of Sports Direct, Mike Ashley, has said he and the business have been “stabbed in the back” by the business’s shareholders because of repeated hounding of former chairman Keith Hellawell.
Burberry has been named as the leading luxury fashion brand in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index.
House of Fraser is to axe its remaining house brands as it reshapes its strategy under new owner Sports Direct, Drapers understands.
Sports Direct has reportedly been snubbed by the at least three of the big four accountancy firms as it searches for a new auditor.
Mint Velvet targets market towns for expansionSubscription
Mint Velvet is to open new stores in Petersfield in Hampshire and Thame in Oxfordshire, and at the Clarks Village outlet centre in Steet, Somerset, over the coming months.
UK named as largest online exporter in EuropeSubscription
For international online shoppers, the UK is an increasingly appealing retail destination – new findings show that more overseas shoppers buy from the UK than any other European country.
London department stores Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Fortnum & Mason have today unveiled window displays to commemorate the suffrage movement during London Fashion Week.
Sir Charlie Mayfield, chairman of the John Lewis Partnership, has reiterated the retailer’s commitment to its “Never Knowingly Undersold” price promise, despite “unprecedented” levels of promotion on the UK high street.