The billionaire whose family controls Primark’s parent company has poured cold water on the idea that its newly-announced trial of click & collect services could lead to an eventual full offer online.
The wraps have finally been taken off the new Boss store that has been tantalising passers-by on Oxford Street in recent months. The megastore proves that the street retains its appeal for big names in fashion.
The struggling Sailmakers shopping centre in Ipswich has been bought by UK developer ALB Group for an undisclosed sum. And the new owner said it plans to develop the 133,000 sq ft mall and to take a “fresh approach”.
Three weeks ago, Amazon Style opened its first brick-and-mortar clothing store. FashionNetwork.com went to test the store and reveals all the details of a new concept that is expected to spread to other cities.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co subsidiary Gilly Hicks is the latest fashion retailer to open on Carnaby Street, one of London’s busiest shopping destinations. The opening is part of the brand’s EMEA expansion plan.
After a six-year absence, Venetian apparel group Slowear returns to Pitti Uomo with the Incotex Blue Division collection's second season, while preparing to open its second store in New York at the end of June.
London’s commercial property industry has hit back at a claim landlords are turning a “blind eye” to candy stores along Oxford Street. The claim comes after Westminster City Council launched a probe into 30 stores.