Sustainability-focused British menswear brand Natural Selection has opened a new flagship 500 sq ft shop at 40 Berwick Street.
Contemporary men’s and womenswear trade show Jacket Required is upping its eco-friendly brand line up for the next show at The Old Truman Brewery on 23-24 January 2019.
Trouva, the online marketplace for independent retailers, has expanded further into Europe and appointed an ex-Uber executive as its new chair.
Updated: Shares in Superdry have plunged by more than 38% today after the clothing brand warned this morning that its annual performance will be weaker than previously expected. The move has prompted co-founder Julian Dunkerton to step up his campaign to be reinstated “in the next few weeks”.
The owner of high street fashion giant Zara has become the latest retailer to take a weather hit after the unusually warm autumn left it nursing lower-than-expected sales and profits.
Superdry’s underlying profit before tax slumped by 49% to £12.9m in the six months to 27 October as the group said its reliance on outerwear meant been adversely affected by unseasonably warm weather – a fact it is attempting to address with its product mix and ranging.
JW Anderson, the British based menswear brand of Jonathan Anderson, will be taking its menswear show to Paris in January having shown in London for more than a decade.
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.