Battersea Power Station Development Company (BPSDC) has today unveiled its £9bn transformation plans for the iconic London building which will be re-opened as a retail, leisure, office and housing destination in 2020.
Harvey Nichols deputy chairman Stacey Cartwright is to leave the department store business following a reshuffle of its top team six months ago.
US luxury group Tapestry has appointed Anna Bakst as CEO and brand president of Kate Spade replacing Craig Leavitt who made the decision to exit the brand following its acquisition by Tapestry (then Coach group) in 2017.
The Humane Society International (HSI) has welcomed the news from Donna Karan and DKNY that they are to become the latest fashion labels to ban fur from their collections.
Next group sales dropped by -0.5% to £4.12bn in the year ending January 2018 while pre-tax profits were down -8.1% to £726.1m in what the business described as “in many ways the most challenging year we have faced for 25 years”.
Lanvin has announced the departure of artistic director Olivier Lapidus and a new role for general manager Nicolas Druz; the moves follow the acquisition of the French fashion house by Chinese group Fosun last month.
Seasalt is set to open its first store in Surrey after signing up for a unit in the new Tunsgate Quarter centre in Guildford, which was opened six days ago.