Global fashion retail chain Mango has teamed up with Vodafone to create digital fitting rooms which will be rolled out to its top stores worldwide.
Converse is staging the ultimate experiential pop-up event in Shoreditch today and tomorrow (16 and 17 February), which has been conceived to unite the sneaker, skate, fashion and music communities.
Paul Smith has confirmed he will join the retail line-up at the new Coal Drops Yard development in London’s King’s Cross, which is set to open this autumn.
British cashmere brand N. Peal will open its first US store on New York’s Madison Avenue on 19 February.
Pantone has revealed the 12 key colours and five classic colours we can expect to see from designers on the runway for the AW18 season.
Burberry and Farfetch have announced a new global partnership that will lead to the full Burberry global inventory being made available on the luxury platform for the first time.
In addition the businesses have announced a new “Show to Door” initiative which means items from Burberry’s London Fashion Week show this weekend will be made available for delivery to Farfetch customers in London within 90 minutes of appearing on the catwalk.
H&M said is comparable store sales would remain negative this year adding that 2018 would remain a challenging year at its Capital Markets Day held yesterday.
London Bridge station’s new £1bn retail development will feature a number of premium fashion and beauty brands including Ted Baker, Cath Kidston and Mac cosmetics.
It can often be hard to find something new to say about Coach. Stuart Vevers has found a winning formula and has stuck with it. His own brand of maximalism pre-dates the Gucci-driven maximalist trend and features a quirky celebration of Americana with an infusion of Brit boy cool.
British designer Anya Hindmarch has installed a number of large inflatable hearts at key landmarks around London today (Valentine’s Day), which will move around the capital for the next seven days and throughout London Fashion Week.