Global digital fashion giant ASOS has expanded its ‘Partner Fulfils’ programme with new tech that allows orders to be placed on its website and app without products being stored in the retailer’s distribution hubs.
Ever-acquisitive Frasers Group is back in the news. This time its focus is on buying shopping centres rather than its appetite for individual retail brands, reportedly lining up to buy two urban centres for £100m.
Global wedding/occasionwear specialist David's Bridal is doing its bit for sustainability with plans to extend the life of loved fashion items. It has announced the expansion of its alterations services in the UK.
Retailer Little Mistress has launched its latest collection in a series of popular collaborations with Vogue Williams, the Irish model and TV star. The collection features a spring palette, and plenty of prints.
The finalists of the fashion and accessories categories of the famous emerging designer competition are meeting up in Paris to visit the Première Vision show, Chanel’s 19M craftsmanship hub and the Hermès headquarters.
Two years after setting up a dedicated division, the Italian fashion group has debuted at the eyewear show with collections by four of its top labels: Marcelo Burlon County of Milan, Off-White, Palm Angels and Ambush.
Womenswear and lifestyle brand Hush has named Melissa Dick as its new Chief Creative Officer. She joins from Tapestry’s Coach brand, where she spent five years and was VP Global Head of Creative Strategy & Studio.
Rhuigi Villasenor, founder of Rhude's brand, and also creative director of the Swiss house Bally, presented last Friday, his brand's next fall/winter collection in Los Angeles -- a leathery and streetwear atmosphere.