Primark will open its biggest UK store before Christmas next year in the centre of Britain’s second city, Birmingham. It comes as Birmingham continues to secure its status as a key shopping destination.
Urban Outfitters, Inc., which controls brands such as Anthropologie, Bhldn, Free People, Terrain and Urban Outfitters, has announced a major overhaul to its leadership, which could initially cost up to to $8 million.
Amazon has soft-launched a new own-label fashion offer in the UK under the Find name. The extensive offer is value priced and features both women’s and menswear with volume basics and trend pieces included.
Tommy Hilfiger has launched a new European m-commerce app in four different languages and 17 countries. It will include streaming video content from Gigi Hadid and will let consumers buy from the brand’s Instagram feed.
The sportswear maker posted a smaller-than-expected quarterly loss as operating income from its Asia Pacific business rose 13.2 percent, making the region the company's biggest profit generator in the latest quarter.
The retailing behemoth on Wednesday unveiled a voice-controlled camera, the Echo Look, and an app that uses fashion specialists' advice and trend algorithms to give advice about if an outfit looks good.
John Lewis is taking a deep dive into a new approach to seasonal customer marketing and is launching a summer-long campaign focusing on British life, design and culture. Brands taking part include Mulberry and Hunter.
It was another year of power growth for Boohoo and expect more of the same this year as PrettyLittleThing and Nasty Gal boost revenues. Key to its growth story is global revenue as non-UK shoppers spend more per order.