Luxury men’s and women’s fashion house Casely-Hayford opens its first flagship store at 3 Chiltern Street, Marleybone, tomorrow.
Danish contemporary women’s brand Ganni has appointed Andrea Baldo as CEO; he takes over from Nicolaj Reffstrup who will remain with the business and focus on sustainability, branding and technology.
This morning saw the launch of a new pop-up store at 3 Carnaby Street in celebration of iconic rock band Queen, and the release of Twentieth Century Fox’s forthcoming movie “Bohemian Rhapsody”.
Online retail sales growth hit its lowest level for the whole of 2018 during September, with the impact hardest felt in the clothing sector which saw the lowest growth since September 2014.
MP and chair of Parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee, Mary Creagh, will be among the leading line-up of speakers of our brand new event, staged in partnership with Avery Dennison, Fashion Futures Forum – “Creating a more responsive and responsible future for fashion.”
Young men are officially the biggest consumers of footwear in the UK. Move over Carrie Bradshaw, or is that reference way too old when you consider many of these 16-24 year old men weren’t even born when she started shopping for her Manolos.
Kathryn Sargent made history back in April 2016 when she became the first woman to open her own tailoring house on Savile Row. It was only a year-long lease, and Sargent already had a premises at 6 Brook Street, Mayfair, where she still plies her craft, but her future plans include returning to the home of tailoring. She did, after all, learn her trade at one of the finest, Gieves & Hawkes, at number 1 Savile Row. With so many women now wanting to become tailors and taking apprenticeships Sargent has been a real trailblazer. Her take on it is inspiring. Continue Reading
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has submitted a report to Chancellor of the Exchequer, Philip Hammond, ahead of the autumn Budget on October 29, requesting action on business rates rising again in order to help future-proof retail in such difficult trading conditions.