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Whistles turnover up as profits drop Subscription
Womenswear brand Whistles has reported a 7% year-on year rise in turnover to £73.4m for the year to 31 March, driven by new store and concession openings.
Phase Eight to open four new stores Subscription
Phase Eight, which is owned by The Foschini Group (TFG) London, is opening four new UK stores in November and December.
A trade sale to another retailer would be “the best fit” for Karen Millen, industry experts have told Drapers.
Boost in sales at The Foschini GroupSubscription
South African retail business The Foschini Group (TFG), which owns Phase Eight, Whistles and Hobbs in the UK, has reported a 19.6% rise in retail sales to $2.36bn (£1.86bn) for the year ended 31 March.
TFG London seeks to expand retail portfolio Subscription
The Foschini Group (TFG) is seeking to secure more than 100,000 sq ft of retail space across its UK fashion brand portfolio during the next 12 months.
Strong Christmas sales at TFG London Subscription
TFG London, the owner of Phase Eight, Whistles, Hobbs and Damsel in a Dress, had a 4.7% year on year increase in sales in December, underpinned by strong post-Black Friday trade and an “excellent” response to the launch of its end of season Sale.
Ben Barnett, CEO, TFG London Subscription
Steered by Ben Barnett, the UK arm of South African retail business The Foschini Group slowed down its acquisitive strategy this year and focused instead on growing the womenswear retailers already in its portfolio: Hobbs, Whistles, Phase Eight and Damsel in a Dress.
Hobbs heads for Hong KongSubscription
Hobbs will cut the ribbon on its first store in Hong Kong in December, entering its seventh new international market this year.
TFG London appoints new CFOSubscription
TFG London, the owner of Phase Eight and Whistles, has appointed former L’Oreal executive Catherine Lambert as its new CFO.
The biggest moments of 2017VideoSubscription
As another tumultuous year draws to a close, Drapers takes a look back at the biggest stories of the 2017.