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Oxford Industries sales soar 24% in 2022
Oxford Industries, owner of Tommy Bahama, Lilly Pulitzer, and Johnny Was brands, reported net sales growth of 24% to $1.41 billion in fiscal 2022, which included net sales of $73 million for Johnny Was.
True Religion launches new loyalty programme to boost DTC growth
American denim and sportswear brand True Religion has announced the launch of its new loyalty programme, 'True Fam'.
Acne Studios opens in the Miami Design District
Spanning 200-square-meters across two floors, the store opens with the brand’s latest spring/summer 2023 collection.
Hudson’s Bay bans fur
Department store chain Hudson’s Bay announced this week that it no longer sells products made from animal fur.
Longchamp celebrates its spring-summer collection at the Santa Monica Proper Hotel
The French brand celebrated this Thursday, March 23, its new collection at the Santa Monica Proper Hotel. Stranger Things star, Natalie Dyer, attended the event.
Shein pop-ups heading to Birmingham, Bristol and Cardiff
Global fashion and lifestyle e-tailer Shein is taking the brand on a physical tour this spring on two fronts: via a pop-up store and ‘glam’ bus.
US researchers identify challenges for adaptive clothing customers
US’ University of Missouri researchers have identified two main challenges for adaptive clothing consumers. The study involved mining online reviews to understand the perspectives of adaptive clothing customers.
Pepe Jeans hits the Moroccan desert for SS23 campaign
Pepe Jeans London has unveiled its campaign for SS23 with a photoshoot in Marrakech reflecting the collection of natural-tone pieces that “blend into the landscape” and include fabrics “made to withstand the heat”.
M&S spring style campaign puts bigger focus on men's and kidswear
M&S has unveiled its spring style marketing campaign and it’s interesting that the company said the campaign “has an upweighted focus on kids and menswear".
Sports Direct owner mulls buying France's Go Sport
One of the UK’s most acquisitive companies as far as distressed brands are concerned — Frasers Group — is mulling the purchase of France-based Go Sport out of insolvency.
Nic+Zoe names new CEO; enters activewear, denim categories
U.S. fashion brand Nic+Zoe announced on Thursday the promotion of current president Avra Myers to the role CEO, in addition to the launch of new denim and activewear collection, respectively.
Italian fashion group Kiton interested in IPO but as long-term project
Italy's Kiton is interested in a potential market listing but sees an initial public offer (IPO) as a long-term project, the fashion group's chief executive said on Thursday.
A.P.C. chooses Milan to open its first shop in Italy
The French ready-to-wear brand, which has just been sold to the L Catterton fund, is opening its first shop in Italy. It has just opened its 103rd outlet in Milan, in the trendy Brera district.
Luxury labels target men with collections dedicated to Ramadan
This year, several labels have designed mens collections to meet the requirements of their male Muslim clientèle during Ramadan.
Sports Direct opens "most advanced store to date"
It’s Frasers Group’s third and newest Sports Direct UK flagship and it’s set to be “the pinnacle” of the brand’s retail offer, as well as “the most advanced store to date”.
Hai to open pop-up in London's Shoreditch
London-based womenswear label Hai opens its first UK pop-up shop in the heart of Shoreditch. The London-based clothing and accessories brand Hai is to open a six-week pop-up store on Shoreditch’s Calvert Avenue.