Bringing a new meaning to the fashion cycle, FatFace has unveiled a collaboration with Raleigh. The fashion and lifestyle retailer and the bicycle producer have launched FatFace x Raleigh, a spring apparel collection.
Property rivals British Land and Landsec are understood to have discussed a major asset swap. Negotiations would involve Meadowhall shopping centre changing ownership with retail parks heading in the other direction.
The Mail on Sunday is among the most popular newspapers in the UK and it has a new You Magazine editor. Jackie Annesley succeeds Jo Elvin at the magazine that’s a key channel to reach fashion and beauty consumers.
Capri Holdings on Monday named Alexander McQueen chief Emmanuel Gintzburger as the new CEO at Versace, effective this September. On the same day, Kering named Gianfilippo Testa as CEO of McQueen, talking over in May.
Consumers are likely to boycott brands not being seen to do the right thing in the face of the Ukraine-Russia crisis, a report claimed on Friday. It came at the same time as a double-digit inflation warning.
The Italian label has reshuffled its design office, naming Filippo Grazioli as creative director, while Alberto Caliri, who had succeeded Angela Missoni in the same post, will take charge of the home decoration line.
The children's fashion and childcare event will return to Feria Valencia between June 17 and 19 for its summer edition. It will feature the Fimi Kids Fashion Week runway presentations under the name Fimi Summer Experience.
A new consumer debit card that tracks the carbon footprint of every purchase has been rolled out. Called Ekko, it's part of a new financial ecosystem that includes a “transformative” app and debit card.
The Silverburn shopping centre in Glasgow has new co-owners. So expect new joint venture partners Eurofund Group and Henderson Park “to take a good centre and transform it into the leading asset in its catchment”.
Some shopping habits that developed during the pandemic have become firmly ingrained in consumers’ behaviour with a new study saying seven in 10 Britons are shopping more often on their mobile devices than pre-Covid.