Tag : department stores
A new 17,000 sq ft independent department store will open its doors next month as part of the second phase of the £50m Fox Valley development in north Sheffield.
Barneys explores bankruptcySubscription
US department store Barneys is believed to be considering filing for bankruptcy.
The buying team at New York luxury department store Bergdorf Goodman has called off its summer buying trip to London because of safety concerns following terrorist attacks in the city, Drapers can reveal.
The president of Lane Crawford and Joyce, Andrew Keith, is digitalising the 167-year-old Hong Kong luxury department store chain for China’s millennial shoppers.
Jersey’s landmark department store de Gruchy reopened earlier this month following a £15m investment and extensive 18-month refurbishment.
Bucher takes axe to Designers at DebenhamsSubscription
New Debenhams boss Sergio Bucher is shaking up the department store chain’s fashion offer by scrapping some of its long-standing designer collaborations.
Struggling department stores and a shift in consumer behaviour could lead to more concession businesses like Calvetron falling into administration, industry insiders have said.
Camp Hopson reopens following £3m revampSubscription
Newbury department store Camp Hopson has reopened following a £3m refurbishment.
Cautious Fenwick warns of pressures aheadSubscription
Fenwick has kicked off a strategic review to ensure it “prospers” in the face of future challenges, after reporting a fall in full-year turnover and profits.
The emphasis on emotion and experience in John Lewis’s summer campaign leaves its closest rivals in the dust, writes Drapers’ Kirsty McGregor.