Tag : Nigel Oddy
New Look is focusing on core, broad-appeal products, and improving customer experience in store and online to get the retailer back on track following a volatile first half, chief operating officer Nigel Oddy has told Drapers.
New Look sales slide but it cuts lossesSubscription
New Look’s like-for-like sales in stores and on its own website in the UK and Ireland slipped 10% year on year in the 13 weeks to 29 June as unseasonable weather and consumer uncertainty hit footfall.
New Look: half a century in fast fashionSubscription
50 years in business
New Look founder exits in board shake-upSubscription
New Look has announced that its founder and non-executive director, Tom Singh, is to retire at the end of June.
A new start for New LookSubscription
With retail veteran Nigel Oddy driving operations, a lighter debt load, and a leaner store estate and menswear offer, the fast fashion retailer is primed for a resurgence.
Over the past few years, there have been a number of unexpected appointments to the top rungs of traditional fashion retailers, as they have sought to break away from accepted thinking.
Nigel Oddy to join New Look Subscription
Former House of Fraser chief executive Nigel Oddy will join New Look as chief operating officer on 1 April, Drapers can exclusively reveal.
As part of Drapers’ 130th anniversary celebrations this year, we brought together some of fashion retail’s biggest names for a series of unique one-on-one interviews. Here, Lord Rose and Nigel Oddy began their careers around the same time at Marks & Spencer and have climbed to the top of various UK retailers.
Former House of Fraser chief executive Nigel Oddy rounded off today’s Drapers Next Generation by reflecting on the importance of immersing yourself in retail and remaining fascinated with the industry.
Position last year: 20