Following in the swathe cut by La La Land, Sézane plans to groove in Los Angeles as well. The online French label has linked up with Benjamin Millepied, or rather with his Californian dance studio L.A. Dance Project.
Jack Wills is seeing more change at a senior level with the company set to get a new CMO. Claire Waugh joins next month after having been director of marketing (fashion and beauty) at luxury label Burberry.
Sweden’s New Wave Group reported a 12th consecutive quarter of growth in Q2 as the owner of a basket of sports ranges said sales rose 9% and profit rose a stronger 10%, even with the impact of a negative calendar shift.
Retailers in the UK, US, Germany and South Korea are under the most intense pressure to transform their business model due to industry disruptors like growing online shopping spend and fierce price wars.
The American indoor cycling franchise is plotting to expand its international reach as it eyes an entry into the UK market. The company is understood to be on the hunt for at least 50 locations, mostly outside London.
New Look’s large debt pile is increasingly attractive to distressed debt investors with a report at the weekend that Anchorage Capital and HPS Investment Partners have been trying to buy part of its £1.2bn debt load.
How important are multiple payment options to UK shoppers. Very, it seems, especially if that means they’re not dependent on cash, according to new research that shows consumers avoiding stores that only take cash.
Last week it announced lower sales and profit. And this week? Ingvar Larsson, CEO of Lindex is leaving with Elisabeth Peregi, currently the Country Manager of Lindex Sweden, named as interim CEO with immediate effect.