The latest results from now-privately-held Moss Bros saw it reporting a pre-tax loss for the year to last January. And the pandemic has been a problem since then, although its online sales have risen.
Burberry has become the latest British company to pay back government money it used during the Covid crisis last year. The company has reportedly repaid a £300 million Bank of England loan earlier than it needed to.
L'Oreal, the world's biggest cosmetics group, forecast a strong rebound in makeup sales when the COVID-19 pandemic gives way to a "roaring 20s" when people get dressed up and go out again to socialise.
An analyst thinks that after the pandemic is over, Ted Baker needs to reduce its reliance on the core categories that have proved a turn-off during the crisis and to make more casual categories a focus of its marketing.
UK shoe giant Clarks has filed its results for its year to February 2020 and the figures show just how much it was struggling even before the pandemic forced its stores to close and sent footwear demand plummeting.
The sportswear retailer has published its preliminary Q4 results, reporting a 21.9% rise in comparable sales, increasing its quarterly earnings predictions, and providing a first look at its guidance for the new year.
Opening Ceremony may have closed down its destination boutique in Soho last spring, but the brand is very much alive and kicking, as the latest collection from its founders – Carol Lim and Humberto Leon - trumpets.
The French online event sales group has reportedly generated a revenue of nearly €700 million in 2020, well up from the €616 million reached in 2019, notably thanks to Q4 results that exceeded expectations.
Manchester-based Boohoo Group is seeking to expand its office presence in London following recent acquisitions of the online business of London-based Debenhams and Arcadia labels Dorothy Perkins, Wallis and Burton.