Online retail sales growth slumped to its lowest ever level in December capping a turbulent year for physical and online retail in the UK.
Victoria Beckham has unveiled her hotly anticipated activewear collection with US giant Reebok, which includes workout wear, footwear and outerwear for men and women.
Chanel’s long-standing creative director Karl Lagerfeld sparked rumours of his retirement from the storied French house after he failed to turn up to either of its couture shows this week.
Heritage outerwear brand Barbour is collaborating with renowned British lifestyle brand Emma Bridgewater for the first time on a capsule women’s collection for AW19.
Four House of Fraser stores located within intu centres will now remain open, having previously been slated for closure after the department store’s owner Sports Direct and the shopping centre operator had failed to agree new lease terms.
Luxury e-commerce sites NET-A-PORTER.com and MR PORTER have rolled out enhanced services for EIP customers including Style Trial, an invitation-only service allowing customers to order up to 30 pieces to try at home before they buy, for a seven-day trial period.
Dutch fashion brand Scotch & Soda has announced Dirk-Jan Stoppelenburg will step down as CEO and be appointed as the new chairman of the board.
The two main Berlin men’s trade shows, relevant to the UK market, SEEK and Premium, had a switch up for the AW19 season. SEEK, the younger, more streetwear and sportswear focused show pushed its separate area for skate fashion, Bright, into the main show space. What this did was make the show feel more outerwear heavy and technical and showed a definite turning away from branded sportswear for AW19.
After a season of lying dormant, Paris-based luxury house Lanvin has been revived following the appointment of Bruno Sialleli as creative director.
Outdoor brand Columbia is set to open a European flagship store on London’s Carnaby Street marking a significant milestone for the 80-year-old brand.