Tag : Pentland Brands
Pentland Brands' sustainable journeySubscription
Pentland Brands revealed today how the business has built its sustainability strategy “from the inside out” at Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2020.
Berghaus hires new head of categorySubscription
UK outdoor brand Berghaus, which is owned by Pentland Brands, has appointed Paul Anderton as head of category for product and innovation.
Pentland Brands: deploying a disruptive mindsetSubscription
Pentland Brands’ chief operating officer, Chirag Patel, and head of ideas incubation, Emily Haynes, revealed how the company is testing new ways to develop products, services and brand propositions using an ideas incubator, at today’s Drapers Fashion Forum.
First look: Pentland’s new brand 52 Degrees LDNSubscription
Simplicity, wearability and comfort are key to 52 Degrees LDN, Pentland’s new women’s footwear brand.
Pentland Brands trials AR appSubscription
Pentland Brands is trialling augmented reality (AR) fit technology with swimwear brand Speedo and its new Speed Mirror app, which promises to find customers the perfect fit when shopping for goggles online.
Pentland Brands – owner of Speedo, Berghaus and Ellesse – Next and Marks & Spencer have collaborated on an ethical trade app to educate employees about responsible labour sourcing.
Over the past two years and nine months, since the UK voted to leave the European Union, the fashion industry has been doing what it can to prepare for an unknown future.
Ex-Jigsaw CEO joins Size? Subscription
Former Jigsaw chief executive Chris Stephenson has been appointed managing director of JD Sports Fashion-owned footwear fascias Size? and Footpatrol.
Fashion industry leaders' predictions for 2019Subscription
With Brexit looming, consumer confidence dwindling and retailers seeking new ways to offer the best experience for shoppers, Drapers speaks to fashion leaders across the industry to see what they predict for the year ahead.
Andy Long, CEO, Pentland BrandsSubscription
It has been another good year for Pentland Brands, which signed a deal to be the new global footwear licence partner for Karen Millen, adding to its existing portfolio, which includes Lacoste, Kickers, Ellesse and SeaVees.