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House of Fraser supplier Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group (EWM) is pulling all its stock, including own-brand House of Fraser ranges it manufactures, out of the department stores after negotiations with its owner, Sports Direct, collapsed, Drapers can reveal.
Philip Day’s Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group (EWM) has temporarily closed its House of Fraser concessions, including Berwin & Berwin, Jaeger, Jane Norman and Calvetron Brands while discussions continue, Drapers can reveal.
The owner of Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group, Philip Day, is in talks with a group of landlords to take over several House of Fraser stores, Drapers understands.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group has put Jane Norman on hold to focus on its more recently acquired brands. It sees Jaeger and Austin Reed as a priority and is understood to have recently acquired Calvetron Brands.
Philip Day, the owner of Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group, has added Calvetron Brands to its portfolio, which also includes Austin Reed and Jaeger.
Philip Day, the owner of Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group, has been named as one of the potential investors in talks about a rescue deal with House of Fraser.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group’s (EWM) sourcing and quality director Zac Singh is leaving the business to join GymShark as sourcing director, Drapers can reveal.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group is proposing to make a small number of head office roles redundant, Drapers has learned.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group has acquired men’s tailoring supplier Berwin & Berwin out of administration and has committed to securing all 800 jobs, Drapers can reveal.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group has announced a 2.7% increase in like-for-like sales to £592.1m for the year to 25 February, despite “intense competition on the high street”.
In this week’s edition of Drapers Talks, staff writer Harriet Brown and senior news reporter Pui-Guan Man discuss the launch of Edinburgh Woollen Mill’s newly opened Days department store in Carmarthen.
Take a look inside the newly opened Days department store in Carmarthen.
Philip Day, the chief executive of Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM), has said the company is poised to buy more struggling high street retailers, after its latest acquisition of premium brand Jaeger.
A bid to buy Jaeger put forward by a group of suppliers has failed because the premium retailer’s trademark has already been sold, Drapers has learned.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group’s new concept Days Department Store will open its first store next week, stocking a number of brands including Jaeger.
The Edinburgh Woollen Group has emerged as the frontrunner to acquire struggling premium fashion retailer Jaeger.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM) Group is preparing to launch a new department store concept in the former BHS unit in Carmarthen, South Wales, in April, Drapers understands.
Debenhams and Peacocks have been named and shamed in a list of 360 companies for failing to pay some workers the national living wage.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM) has been cleared of allegations that some of the scarves it labelled as 100% cashmere were actually blended with cheaper materials.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group will open 200 new stores over the next 18 months for its fascias, which include Edinburgh Woollen Mill, Peacocks, Jane Norman and Austin Reed.
Austin Reed is to return to the high street with a bold new revival plan to open 50 stores by early 2018.
Supplier to stricken chain is recovering after writing off debts caused by administration.