Premium fashion retailer Reiss had plenty of good news on Thursday. It announced a move into kidswear for the first time in 50 years, a link-up with Castore, and said that it's recovered strongly from the pandemic.
The Middlebury, Connecticut-based watchmaker announced on Wednesday that it has signed a strategic licensing agreement to produce timepieces for the American luxury brand owned by Authentic Brands Group since 2013.
City centre retail has suffered from the pandemic as tourists haven’t returned in large numbers and office workers stay home. But there’s hope, with signs of office workers returning to semi-normal working patterns.
Reiss is deepening its commitment to physical stores and this week opened a new location in London’s St Pancras. It’s the brand’s fourth opening this year and comes at a time when many brands are shutting stores.
Premium fashion brand Reiss has linked up with American premium denim label Paige with a selection of the latter’s women’s and men’s jeans “curated by Reiss” now available on the UK retailer's webstore.