As Covid-19 continues to spread, Monday saw a number of North American retailers moving to protect consumers and employees by implementing store closures, including Nordstrom, Guess, Canada Goose, VF, PVH and Ulta.
The group's closings will last until at least March 28, and will include the complete portfolio of the company's global brands, including its Anthropologie, Bhldn, Free People, Terrain, Urban Outfitters and Nuuly brands.
The American fashion retailer announced a significant decline in its fourth-quarter earnings on Tuesday, a disappointing end to the year that the company blamed on higher markdowns in its retail segment.
Ahead of the launch of Delpozo’s new collaboration with Anthropologie, its creative director Lutz Huelle charts the brand’s uncertain future, the progress of his eponymous brand and the evolution of fashion weeks.
Last year, Gap, Pimkie and H&M left the Parisian mid-market commercial thoroughfare, while Parfois and Tezenis came in, ahead of JD Sports and the re-opening of the La Samaritaine shopping centre in spring 2020.
Retailer Anthropologie is continuing the rollout of its smaller, ‘local store’ concept with a third location under the local umbrella having opened. The new store is the second local shop to open in the UK.
The Philadelphia-based lifestyle and services company announced “record” sales for the 2019 holiday season on Thursday but disappointed analysts with the results of its flagship brand and warnings of weaker Q4 margins.