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Independents across the UK have enjoyed a strong autumn season so far and are optimistic about Christmas, as more consumers seek unique products and store experiences.
The average consumer will spend £420 on presents this year, but a smaller proportion will be on fashion, PwC’s Christmas trading predictions suggest.
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Scotch & Soda has decorated six London buses as part of its Christmas marketing campaign.
Mulberry has kicked off its #MulberryLights festive campaign, which “celebrates how light, colour, shapes and people come together to create a modern British Christmas”, with interactive, in-store experiences.
Christmas spending among UK consumers is expected to drop this year to £60bn, research by American Express has found.
Selfridges has opened the first phase of the Christmas shop in its London flagship, called Selfridges Rocks Christmas.