Superdry had big news Wednesday with a new fashion fashion initiative to reach the Asos generation and a big new hire, the company having lured Tommy Hilfiger's former global head of womenswear to its brand.
There’s a new leader at the helm of Temperley London with the company naming Sally Hughes as its CEO with immediate effect. She replaces Patricia Sancho who has returned to her native Spain after five years at the firm.
Development at the outlet mall due to open at The O2 in London this October is proceeding with the companies behind it announcing the first names to have signed up. They include Calvin Klein, Kurt Geiger and Levi's.
H&M remains the most popular fashion brand globally with Zara, Adidas, Asos and Nike also in the top five of brands consumers are searching for, while French luxury labels are performing strongly, new figures show.
Preppy fashion chain Jack Wills has returned to profitability two years after Peter Williams returned to head the struggling firm. The secret of its success? A full-price focus, careful store expansion and omnichannel.
The Superdry chain is to roll out its Sport label as a standalone store brand. After reporting stellar annual results, CEO Euan Sutherland said he aims to “further embed Superdry’s position as a global lifestyle brand.”
London Gatwick Airport’s annual results on Friday underlined just how important retail is to the travel industry and how important travelling shoppers are to retail as revenue from multi and monobrand stores rose.
It’s always interesting when a founder returns to spearhead a brand that has lost its way and now Theo Fennell, like the founders of Jack Wills and LK Bennett before him, is back to offer a founder’s vision to the brand.
Jack Wills is to open a store covering almost 100 sq m at Gatwick Airport’s North Terminal to take advantage of its customers' love of travel and to provide a global shop window for its new sports offer.