In a bid to return it its pre-pandemic-attraction highs, London’s West End is “back with a bang” this summer. The district is launching a a four-month campaign of 50 “uniquely thrilling experiences” for visitors.
John Lewis is dipping its toe into the kidswear rental market via a trial link-up with Thelittleloop.com. It means Thelittleloop users will be able to add John Lewis items to their subscription plans.
The first ‘Amazon Style’ store opened its doors on May 25 in the Glendale neighborhood of Los Angeles. The debut is stirring up a lot of buzz as the group discusses whether to open its own version of a department store.
The Liverpool One mall goes from strength to strength. The Grosvenor operated shopping centre at the heart of the city has signed The Vintage Store, with the retailer opening its biggest UK store to date.
UK retailers reported just “average” sales for the time of year in May (0% from -24% in April), up from a weaker- than-normal previous month. But overall sales are expected to fall below seasonal norms again in June.
After a strong acceleration in logistics, Amazon is reportedly backtracking by looking to terminate its leases or sublet 12 of its largest U.S. units in parallel with labor union accusations against the company.