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Fred Perry

Fred Perry to open in Camden

Fred Perry has signed up for for a 1,541 sq ft store on Camden High Street, which is due to open next month. The

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Schuh

Schuh appoints new buying director

Footwear chain Schuh has appointed Nicola Monachello, formerly of New Look, as its new buying director. Monachello replaces David Spencer who stood down in

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Allbirds

Allbirds to close stores for staff to attend Climate Strike marches

Allbirds, the ethical footwear brand, is closing its stores and offices tomorrow to enable staff to attend Climate Strike marches. The San Francisco-based

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Charles Tyrwhitt

Charles Tyrwhitt takes wraps of new concept in the City

Charles Tyrwhitt, the men’s shirt specialist, has taken the wraps off a brand-new retail concept in the City of London. Situated on Ludgate

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River Island

River Island profits slump after it invest in tech & services

River Island has revealed that profits fell from £80.6 million to £35.1 million last year after the high street fashion chain invested cash

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Retail sales dip in August amid drop in online shopping

Retail sales dipped by -0.2% month on month in August, following a 0.4% increase in July, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) reported.

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JD Sports’ £90m Footasylum takeover could see higher prices, watchdog warns

JD Sports’ deal to buy high street rival Footasylum could lead to “higher prices” and “worse choice” for customers, the competition watchdog has

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Next sees price cuts in no-deal Brexit as half-year profits rise

Next CEO Lord Simon Wolfson has insisted the retailer will cut prices by around 2% if the UK crashes out of the EU

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Can second-hand fashion provide an opportunity for retailers?

We’re halfway through #SecondHandSeptember and how are you doing? The idea, from Oxfam, was to pledge to not buy anything new for the

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Debenhams

Debenhams unveils new own brand Kley for AW19

Debenhams has launched a new womenswear own brand for AW19 offering “realwear” for women, designed by women. The Kley range comprises “effortless” modern

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Vivienne Westwood closes stores and headquarters for Global Climate Strike

Vivienne Westwood will close its London headquarters and stores across the UK – as well as offices and flagship stores in Paris, Milan,

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Business leaders need help to save the planet

Saving the planet – and delivering a better deal for textile workers – is everything in fashion right now. Activist groups like Fashion

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