Kenneth Cole has entered into a four-year licensing deal with UK-based GBG Europe Footwear and Accessories Limited to distribute men's and women's footwear, and manufacture and distribute women's handbags in EMEA.
Footwear retailer Schuh has launched the latest in its colourful urban advertising strand with agency Roar producing an exuberant creative that takes in digital and traditional and can also be seen in-store.
American entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuck has joined the advisory board of Dutch company Juramy, the parent company of fashion label Balr., which is one of the fastest-growing fashion companies in the Netherlands.
Liberty London is aiming to make the most of the new Petter Rabbit movie in a link-up with Sony Pictures for limited edition fabric prints. It’s the first time it has teamed up with a studio for prints based on a film.
Ted Baker's comp sales edged down in 2017 but an e-tail surge more than made up for that. And growth continued across the UK, Europe and North America, although recent snowstorms have dented the new year's trading.
A report released by Brightpearl on Wednesday suggests that the introduction of try-before-you-buy services could spell disaster for unprepared e-commerce retailers, swamping them with returns and obliterating margins.
New Look's CVA plan under which it will close 60 stores has received almost unanimous creditor approval, it said Wednesday. And it’s looking to the future with a new approach to pricing and faster product development.
Moss Bros has seen a perfect storm of problems. Its supplier consolidation has backfired in the short term causing stock shortages, while bad weather and consumer caution have hurt turnover and led to a profit warning.
LK Bennett surprised the retail sector when it named Darren Topp, ex-boss of failed BHS, as its CEO, but now it seems that Topp is leaving and Erica Vilkauls, who recently ran the failed East chain, is on board.
John Lewis must be hoping for a big sales uplift in the current week as it opens it 50th department store today at Westfield London. But for last week, it saw a total company sales increase of only 2% to £206m.