With the UK back in lockdown, its fashion shopping choices continue to be coloured by social restrictions and working from home. New figures from LovetheSales show that stay-at-home clothing is still striking a chord.
Outlet malls giant McArthurGlen has promoted Nick Brady to its top leasing role. He'll oversee all brand acquisition and asset management for its 25 designer outlets in 10 countries across Europe and in Canada.
It’s become something of a 2020 tradition for retailers to coincide new store openings with post-lockdown reopenings and on Wednesday, as England’s stores welcomed shoppers back, there were three fashion-linked debuts.
Remarkably, on the day the second lockdown in Paris ends, November 28, and clothing stores can open, Canada’s Nobis will debut a brand new store there. Its co-founder Robin Yates explains how it has defied the downturn.
More and more retailers and brands are seeking ways to boost their sales in this difficult year and beyond and brand link-ups are a way forward. The latest is between male make-up brand War Paint For Men and Reiss.
Canada Goose has launched Humanature, a new purpose-built platform designed to unite its sustainability and values-based initiatives; and unveiled its most sustainable ever coat, a new Standard Expedition Parka.
OneStock offered more evidence of the value of its technology solution this week saying that UK retailer Ted Baker managed to fulfil an extra 101,000 online orders in a year following a new omnichannel initiative.