Ten years this year at his Lamb’s Conduit Street base – complete with two retail stores on the street, Oliver Spencer remains one of the UK’s finest contemporary menswear brands. The man himself has plenty to say on retail, manufacturing, trends and trying to get men out of trainers and into real shoes again, albeit not with leather soles. He’s also looking ahead to London Fashion Week Men’s and unveils where he will be showing this time.
Former Sainsbury’s boss Justin King is to join the board of Marks & Spencer as the retailer undergoes the next phase of its drastic transformation plan.
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has issued a statement saying Theresa May’s delaying of the much-anticipated Brexit deal vote in parliament yesterday is a real threat for UK retailers.
Shares in online retailer MySale plunged after the firm warned it will make a half-year loss amid challenging trading in its peak festive quarter.
Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex was the surprise guest at the what was the starriest outing for The Fashion Awards to date. The pregnant duchess appeared on-stage at the Royal Albert Hall to announce the winner of the British Womenswear Designer, who was of course, the designer of her wedding dress, Clare Waight Keller of Givenchy.
Julian Dunkerton has said he stood down from Superdry in March of this year because he could not “put his name to the strategy”, a stockbroker note released today has revealed.
Bershka has opened the doors its latest UK flagship store at St David’s in Cardiff, marking the Inditex brand’s debut in the region.
The number of visits to town centres and shopping hubs in November dropped at the fastest rate since the recession, new figures suggest. Footfall declined by 3.2% last month, according to retail analysts at Springboard.