Klarna co-founder and CEO Sebastian Siemiatkowski was in London last week to launch the disruptive payments provider's game-changing new shopping feature – which allows customers to shop across all retailers via the Klarna app, whether they are Klarna merchants or not – and to visit the company's brand new London HQ.
Consumption of digital media skyrocketed during the pandemic as locked-down consumers turned to their smart-phones for inspiration, entertainment and, of course, shopping. According to data
Khloé Kardashian and Emma Grede’s Good American brand has today, 17 June, launched a new dedicated space at Harrods in Knightsbridge.
Sebastian Siemiatkowski is the CEO & Founder of disruptive payments provider Klarna. With its buy now, pay later, pay in 3 and other flexible, or as Klarna likes to call it smoooth, payments options, this business has shaken up the way we shop, having been adopted by more than 250,000 retailers worldwide.
Launching today, Nike has introduced the sustainable ‘Happy Pineapple Collection’, which uses new generation Piñatex, a sustainable plant-based alternative to leather made using pineapple leaves.
Victoria’s Secret has revealed a significant evolution of its brand positioning as it seeks to have a more positive impact on women’s lives. The US
Freemans, the digital department store, has announced the signing of Siobhan Murphy, finalist from the hit TV show, Interior Design Masters, to design an exclusive range of homeware.
N Brown Group, owner of Simply Be and Jacamo, has reported revenues in Q1 rose slightly by 0.5% year on year to £168.7 million, with product revenue up 4.6% and financial services revenue down 5.9%.
Maternity brand Seraphine has confirmed it is considering its intention to float on the London Stock Exchange.
Heritage footwear business Dr Martens has enjoyed soaring sales despite the global pandemic leaving many of its customers stuck indoors.
Today, 16 June, sees the launch of the new "Icons" campaign from lingerie brand Coco de Mer, known as the "home of pleasure", featuring iconic supermodel and photographer Helena Christensen, 52, who has also art-directed and photographed herself wearing the collection in the intimacy of her home in New York.
In celebration of the launch of Stella McCartney’s new "Our Time Has Come" AW21 campaign, the brand organised a "guerrilla gathering" at Piccadilly Circus today featuring Stella McCartney brand ambassadors wearing novelty animal heads.
Global womenswear brand Forever Unique has unveiled a rebrand, citing COVID-19’s effect on the occasionwear market and a long-lasting change in consumer shopping behaviours.
The Treasury is to extend the current ban on evictions for unpaid commercial rent past the end of this month and into 2022, after delaying the easing of further Covid restrictions.
A 150m-long section of Oxford Street, on either side of Britain’s busiest pedestrian junction, is to be closed to vehicles by the end of the year, cutting the iconic street in two.
Authentic Brands Group today announced that Henry Stupp has joined the company in a new role as President of Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Foot Locker Europe has unveiled the first in a series of re-imagined looks for the iconic black and white ‘Striper’ Jersey, which has donned by Foot Locker employees globally for more than 20 years.
Swedish retailer Lindex has announced it is to pilot a new circular business model, taking an important step in prolonging the lifetime of clothes together with its customers as part of the fashion company’s circular transformation and sustainability promise.
GANNI, the Danish contemporary brand credited with introducing the playful "Scandi 2.0" sense of style, has launched a direct-to-consumer experience in China via Tmall.
Luxury retailer Harvey Nichols is to launch childrenswear section online from the 24th June, followed by a dedicated department in selected stores from July.