Charles Jeffrey LOVERBOY has collaborated with Andrew and Madeleine Lloyd Webber on the creation of a spectacular new look for the newly restored Theatre Royal Drury Lane's "Red Coats".
Frasers Group is expected to unveil an “upbeat” trading update amid hopes its sales will have rebounded strongly after the reopening of high street stores.
Northern Ireland Economy Minister Gordon Lyons has announced that the £145m High Street Scheme (HSS), which will grant everyone aged 18 and over in Northern Ireland a pre-paid card worth £100 spend on their local high street, has been given the green light.
Scottish athleisure brand Bee Inspired has joined the growing band of brands to make a play for the golf market, with the launch of its first fairway-ready collection.
Amazon has turned in a mixed bag of results for its fiscal second quarter, coming up short of Wall Street expectations in revenue but beating them on profits.
The number of empty shops in high streets, retail parks and shopping centres has increased in the past three months, according to new data.
British women’s hosiery and underwear brand Heist has expanded its best-selling Eco Lace and Sheer collections with new colourways and styles.
The next time you are in the fruit and vegetable section of your local supermarket, hand-picking the source of your latest five-a-day, take a look at the potential origins of your next luxury handbag or accessory.
As part of its ‘Early Careers’ proposition, Matalan is supporting the government’s Kickstart Scheme by creating 200 bespoke work placements across its business – from the head office to retail and logistics.
ISAWITFIRST has just launched a collaboration collection with Warner Bros. Consumer Products for the new ‘Space Jam: A New Legacy’ film, starring basketball champion and global icon LeBron James alongside Bugs Bunny and the “Looney Tunes Squad”.
Baby clothing and baby care group Mothercare has announced full year results for the 52 week period to 27 March 2021, with a statutory loss of £21.5 million, a bigger loss than the £8.5 million reported last year.
Dr Martens has today announced a strong Q1 performance in the three months to 30 June 2021, which has seen group revenue at £147.3m – up 52% year on year – but more impressively up 31% compared to the same period in pre-pandemic 2019.
British footwear brand Dr Martens has just opened a new 2,000 sq ft store on Paradise Street in Liverpool ONE, upsizing from its previous store on Manesty’s Lane in the shopping centre, and now next to Vans and Levi’s, and opposite JD Sports’ flagship store.
Klarna, the leading global retail bank, payments, and shopping service, has today announced the launch of a new £3 million Small Business Support Package to help British SMEs recover from the pandemic.
Twitter has announced it will shortly begin allowing businesses to showcase products for sale at the top of their profile page, as it follows in the footsteps of rival Facebook which opened a “Shops” feature last year.
England is to allow US and EU travellers who are fully vaccinated against coronavirus to enter without the need to quarantine in what will be a huge boost to retail, which has been starved of tourist trade since the pandemic struck.
Fast fashion retailer BoohooMAN has confirmed it has removed its latest collection with music artist DaBaby and ceased a relationship following his homophobic rant during a festival.
Traditional English shoemakers Loake is looking to add two further stores to its retail portfolio this year, following the recent openings of stores in Brighton and Salisbury.
The British Fashion Council (BFC) has released a new State of Retail Report, supported by Clearpay, which highlights the positive outlook for fashion and beauty in 2021.
Leading out-of-home and ecommerce delivery company InPost has today announced a new partnership with sustainable fashion trailblazer Yellow Octopus Group, which aims to offer consumers a more convenient and greener way of donating and recycling clothes.