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The UKs top 20 luxury businesses under foreign ownership, such as Dunhill and Pink Shirtmaker, are growing more slowly than independent UK luxury brands, new research has found.
Losses widen at Thomas Pink Subscription
British shirtmaker Thomas Pink’s operating losses widened by 20% to £23.5m in the year to 31 December 2018.
Thomas Pink rebrands to Pink ShirtmakerSubscription
British shirtmaker Thomas Pink, has rebranded to Pink Shirtmaker, and is repositioning as a more upmarket brand, introducing higher-end finishing, reining in discounting and pushing up its price-points.
British men’s shirt brand Thomas Pink is pulling out of House of Fraser stores following a review of its bricks-and-mortar presence across the UK, Drapers has learned.
Thomas Pink appoints new creative directorSubscription
Thomas Pink has appointed former Dunhill creative director John Ray in the same role.
Travel retail: a fast track to salesSubscription
The travel retail market has continued to grow as railway stations look to rival airports, and shake off a tired image with glossy multimillion-pound investments. Drapers looks at the growing opportunities for fashion retailers before departure.
The best strategy to build a personalised experience with genuine customer benefit was the subject of debate at Drapers’ latest roundtable.
Drapers Roundtable: Connected retailing Subscription
Drapers’ latest roundtable debated the best strategies to craft a connected retailing experience.
Walpole announces its Brands of TomorrowSubscription
Contemporary womenswear label The Fold and luxury handbag brand Milli Millu are among the 12 firms that have been selected for the Brands of Tomorrow programme by UK luxury brand association Walpole.