Boohoo continued its impressive run in the last months of 2017 with its main brand, as well as PrettyLittleThing and Nasty Gal, all powering ahead globally. Can surging growth continue? The company thinks it can.
The American brand, created in 1818, offered up a hymn to the motherland on Wednesday night for its first-ever runway show, as part of Pitti Uomo and inside the Palazzo Vecchio's impressive Salone dei Cinquecento.
Switzerland’s retail sector is expected to partially recover in 2018 due to a strong Swiss economy, which has largely overcome problems triggered by a strong franc following the end of a cap against the euro in 2015.
Ted Baker enjoyed a “good retail performance” over the tough Christmas trading period with the company saying on Wednesday that the eight weeks to January saw retail sales rising 9%, or 10.5% at constant exchange rates.
John Varvatos will hold a runway show in New York in January, independent from the New York Fashion Week shows. Instead, the rock 'n' roll-inspired brand will hold its show the Friday night of Grammy weekend.
Maybe it’s all the talk and tweets about who has the biggest nuclear button between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un? For one overriding trend in London Fashion Week Men's (LFWM) this season was Survivalist Chic.
Fashion group H&M apologised on Tuesday for an advertisement featuring a black child modelling a sweatshirt with the slogan "coolest monkey in the jungle" and said it had removed it from all its marketing.