Debenhams is bringing a curated fashion and beauty offer to Australia with its first standalone stores there in a deal with Pepkor. It is opening smaller-format stores and offering plenty of exclusives.
Zalando is on a roll with the e-tail giant reporting a sales surge just a day after UK peer Asos did so. And it’s following Asos into beauty e-tail as it aims to tap into one of the key growth categories for e-sales.
The Detroit-based online marketplace launched over 3,000 Supreme products on its platform and has plans to later add Off-White, Kith and Bape. In addition, Rob Gonzales will lead the StockX streetwear team.
The iconic footwear brand will open its third store in France, setting up shop in the Quatre Temps building in La Défense, a business area outside Paris' city centre. Covering 90 square metres, it opens November 10.
Weekly sales fell again at John Lewis in the latest seven days with the period to October 14 seeing a drop of 4.6% to £86.4 million. That’s bad news for a store that’s used to sales rise after sales rise.
Net-A-Porter is set to launch artificial intelligence/robotic tech designed to select clothing for customers based on any future plans they might have, such as going on holiday, attending an event, or starting a new job.
Luxury denim brand Blessed & Cursed has unveiled a pop-up store in London’s Notting Hill that will be open until November 3. The limited edition items there have been made using a variety of hi-tech denim materials.
After all the speculation over just how good the Asos final results would be, on Tuesday we found out. They were good, really good. Revenues up 33% and pre-tax profit up 145% certainly lived up to expectations and more.
After seeing the business for its unlimited rental model increase 125%, Rent the Runway (RTR) has introduced a new four-piece monthly subscription service, RTR Update, which launches with a national marketing campaign.