Tag : department stores
Debenhams shuts Folkestone store after floodingSubscription
Debenhams’ store in Folkestone, Kent has shut for a number of days in the wake of flood damage caused by the “Beast from the East” and Storm Emma.
First look at Westfield London’s £600m extensionSubscription
Four years after construction began on Westfield London’s £600m extension, Drapers tours the site and its £33m John Lewis anchor, to find out how the shopping centre plans to attract new customers ahead of the March opening.
Fenwick names new buying bossSubscription
Fenwick has appointed former Selfridges buying director Jayne Demuro as its new buying and merchandising director.
Traditional department stores will continue to “struggle” in 2018 and an improvement in credit quality is “unlikely” following a weak Christmas, ratings agency Moody’s has said.
Indies cave in to Black Friday discountingSubscription
Independent retailers across the UK have given into pressure to discount stock for Black Friday as department stores and multi-brand etailers unveil their deals for the period running up to 24 November.
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.
Visage Group hires HoF product director Subscription
Manchester-based supplier Visage Group has hired House of Fraser’s product director Emma Worley as its new senior vice president of commercial.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group’s (EWM) new department store chain Days is gearing up to launch in Crawley next year, while its Bedford store is facing delays, Drapers can reveal.
Sales and profits up at Liberty Subscription
Sales at London department store Liberty were up 5% to £74.5m in the year to 28 January, despite a tough trading environment.
Selfridges posts record profitsSubscription
Sales and profits at Selfridges have leaped to record highs, boosted by its recent investment programme.