Mothercare’s recovery has continued to falter since it released its half-year results a few months ago and on Monday it revealed ongoing tough times for the business over the Christmas period as even e-tail fell.
Lingerie startup Buttercups has been successful in securing funds from various existing and new investors including Google India managing director (MD) Rajan Anandan and an informal investor Chandra Chappadi.
Next's Christmas trading update Wednesday painted a picture of a company that's recovering, but only very slowly, and one that still faces huge challenges, especially in driving growth at its physical stores.
In her first results announcement since taking over as CEO, The White Company chief executive Mary Homer reported sales growth and an operating profit rise at the UK-based company, although profit was only up by 2%.
Tablez India, part of LuLu Group International are planning to expand the retail presence of Cortefiel brands Springfield & Women’s Secret in India by adding 15 stores annually across leading metro cities.
And they are off. Applications opened Friday for aspiring talent in the LVMH Prize, the most financially beneficial annual award in fashion. Young hopefuls - limited to under 40 years - have until February 4 to apply.
Europe's top online-only fashion retailer Zalando is stepping up its fast-growing brand partnerships programme, building on ties with the likes of Nike and Superdry to repel the challenge of U.S. interloper Amazon.
Fashion has no greater current fixation than Millennials, the Holy Grail of luxury and fashion brands; whose highly personal style is the subject of the latest book – released in time for Christmas - by Dolce & Gabbana.
Retail giant Inditex isn’t immune to fashion’s negative trends, but the company is certainly doing better than many, saying Wednesday that net sales in the first nine months of the year were up 10% and profit was up 6%.
The thing one must always expect from Koché is the very unexpected – which is why its designer Christelle Kocher will stage yet another fashion first this Tuesday when she shows inside the legendary Strand bookstore.
With every luxury brand executive racing to build a digital empire, it’s refreshing to sit down with Bruno Pavlovsky of Chanel; whose main focus for next year will be bricks and mortar, and live events.