The Fort Myers, Florida-based fashion retailer announced a year-over-year decline of 27.5% in its third-quarter revenues on Tuesday, as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to negatively affect the company’s in-store sales.
In the latest step in the development of Karl Lagerfeld into a fully-fledged global brand, the house will launch an underwear collection this Friday, and the fashion marque has teamed up with Zalando for its kick-off.
Wales emerged from its 17-day 'firebreak' lockdown Monday morning with store retailers hoping that consumers’ pent-up demand to shop will translate into a speedy return to some sort of trading normality.
The Winston-Salem, North Carolina-based owner of brands including Champion and Playtex announced better-than-expected third-quarter financial results on Thursday, but provided a less impressive outlook.
Retailers enjoyed a brief but much-needed bounce ahead of Thursday’s new month-long lockdown in England, according to reports. Consumers headed out in force to shop before the blanket closure of ‘non-essential' stores.
M&S made its first-ever loss -- as expected -- in the first half as clothing sales fell. But it highlighted its online leap and how it has speeded up its transformation drive to become a more digital retailer.
We've seen a raft of webstore-boosting new features in recent periods, the latest being from Boux Avenue that has launched an online Bra Fit Finder “for customers to measure their bra size at home in less than a minute”.
Next has taken a giant new step forward in its business development with its first two premium beauty halls. The new stores have opened in former Debenhams sites at Intu Watford and Intu Milton Keynes.