One of British fashion retail’s biggest success stories, Reiss, is opting for a phased approach to reopening from this month and said that it has seen successful reopenings at a number of stores in Europe.
YNAP has announced the launch of a new programme to boost development of AI-based technologies designed to transform the e-tail experience. That will include features such as visual search and virtual try-on.
Celebrity favourite Hunter Boots has clinched a rescue following a sales plunge due to the coronavirus crisis. A further £16.5m is being pumped into the firm to keep it going and growing through the crisis and beyond.
Apparel seller Stitch Fix Inc plans to cut jobs in California and invest in other U.S. states where the company would offer new roles to all those affected, Chief Executive Officer Katrina Lake said on Monday.
The Danish fashion event has pushed back its summer session’s dates but will still be held in physical format, unlike similar events. The decision came after an agreement was reached with the CIFF and Revolver shows.
The event, previously postponed due to the Covid-19 crisis, will be held on October 15-19 under the aegis of jury presidents Jonathan Anderson, Paolo Roversi and Hubert Barrère, featuring a new prize sponsored by Hermès.
Reopening is hugely important for every physical retailer, but it's even more so for Primark, which has admitted it's been losing £650 million in sales a month due to lockdowns as it has no webstore to fall back on.