There hasn’t been much in the way of news from struggling retailer New Look since securing essential financial support last November. But the retailer announced Tuesday a new appointment, and it’s big one.
So many good things to report from online women’s fashion retailer Sosandar Tuesday. For starters, it was a strong year of revenue growth, accelerating every month in Q4, and it saw a “substantial” gain in core earnings.
Online sales continued to grow in the UK during March with a 71.7% year-on-year increase, although given how much of a shock to the system the first lockdown was in March 2020, the strength of the rise was no surprise.
JD Sports continued its long run of powerful results reports on Tuesday. And the theme was ‘retention’ as it retained most of the sales and profits that would have happened in stores when it was trading online only.
Urban Outfitters Inc. announced on Monday the appointment of a new global chief executive officer at Anthropologie, following the resignation of Hillary Super who officially stepped down from her role on Friday.
Singapore-based specialist in the digitisation of retail brands, Trax has announced that it has raised funds totalling €539 million ($640 million) which it will use to develop its services for retailers.
On Friday, the share price of Tod’s on the Milan Stock Exchange was strongly on the upswing, the market saluting the appointment of Chiara Ferragni to the group’s board as Tod’s aims to appeal to a younger audience.
The first Diesel runway under the creative direction of Glenn Martens will take place during Milan Fashion Week, on 21 June. The brand's collection for Spring/Summer 2022 will include pieces for both men and women.
In recent months, environmentally conscious and politically committed members of Gen-Z, who are quite happy with the principle of secondhand, having been buying and selling more and more used goods in the US.