From Dior to Chanel, Bottega Veneta to Louis Vuitton, luxury houses and brands such as Diesel or Drome are multiplying their artistic initiatives in Venice, where the 59th Art Biennale has just kicked off.
Giant comms and tech agency WPP has launched a digital commerce managed service, called Everymile, to provide luxury brands and companies with a “fully outsourced direct-to-consumer (DTC) e-commerce solution”.
Retail sales have been “poor for the time of year” this month and sales volumes both in-store and online fell rapidly in the year to April. That’s the takeaway from the latest CBI monthly Distributive Trades Survey.
If you think your retail tech credentials are up to scratch, you may have to think again. New data from finance firm Klarna reveals that UK shoppers want to integrate new technologies into their shopping experience.
Icon Outlet at The O2 has fully reopened after the London mall suffered extensive damage to its roof caused by Storm Eunice back in February. The reopening includes key brands Nike, Adidas, Next, Levi’s and Lids.
The end of May will see the final exit of Gap Inc’s Banana Republic brand from the UK with its e-store due to shut after the company in 2016 closed its British physical stores. The firm is also shutting its EU webstore.
Laura Ashley has big news. It's signed a deal with IMG “to expand fashion and lifestyle products that reflect the brand in a fresh, modern way in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, China, India and the Middle East”.