Moss Bros CEO Brian Brick say he's aiming to create the "Netflix of fashion" with the menswear retailer's new £65-a-month subscription service.
Rupert and Buckley Clothing has produced a sustainable range of clothing in collaboration with actor and Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity (GOSH Charity) Ambassador, Tom Ellis.
Percival Menswear, a London-based contemporary menswear fashion brand, has secured a further £3m investment from growth capital investor VGC Partners, following an initial investment of £150,000 in 2018.
Sweaty Betty has announced a partnership with returns experts ReBOUND, as the premium sportswear brand moves to keep up with the demands of its rising number of international online customers.
Boohoo is expected to reveal a surge in sales when it updates the market next week, as house-bound shoppers swapped party dresses for athleisure during lockdown.
Freemans, the digital department store, has announced the introduction of value brand Bonprix to its online portfolio, with the intention of underpinning its value credentials.
David Hodgson is Creative Director at Lulu Guinness and with a career which takes in some of the industry’s best known fashion and accessories businesses – from Loewe to Coach, Joseph and Roland Mouret – and he discusses his future plans for this iconic and most British of brands.
Every adult in Northern Ireland will be offered a £100 shopping voucher to spend in physical retail stores in the region to boost its non-essential retail sector, after lengthy periods of lockdown as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When did getting dirt under your finger nails become so de rigueur? While Capability Brown sounds like a colour by Farrow & Ball, according to IMRG, The UK's Online Retail Association, home and garden sales soared 74% year-on-year in 2020.
Online giant Amazon has reported $108.5 billion in sales in the first three months of the year, up 44% from the previous year, as the
Empty shop fronts soared higher across UK shopping destinations in the first three months of the year, according to new figures.
Ireland has announced its roadmap out of lockdown that will lead to non-essential retail being reopened from 17 May.
The British Fashion Council Charity has appointed philanthropists and Investors Tania Fares and Narmina Marandi to help it achieve its fundraising target of £2m to support British creative talent.
Princess Diana's wedding dress, designed by David and Elizabeth Emanuel, will go on display for the first time in 25 years as part of a Kensington Palace exhibition entitled "Royal Style in the Making".
London trade shows Scoop and Pure London have relocated to The Old Truman Brewery, in Shoreditch, for their next edition, which takes place from 7-9 September.
ROECK HAUSS Studios, a new London based clothing brand has unveiled its unique slow-fashion business model, releasing only one item of clothing at a time,
Luxury Swiss watch brand Breitling has opened its its first stand-alone boutique in Wales at St David's Cardiff, offering a range of watches and servicing facilities for new and existing owners.
Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield, which owns Westfield London and Westfield Stratford, has reported a proportionate turnover for Q1 of £410.9 million, a 30.4% reduction compared to the same three month period in 2020, reflecting the impact of the prolonged COVID-19 restrictions.
Singer, songwriter and musician Sam Fender has created a clothing collection with Barbour International – now available exclusively at Scotts Menswear.
TM Lewin has been announced as official formal wear partner to The British & Irish Lions for the 2021 Castle Lager Lions Series which kicks off in South Africa on 3 July.