Kohl's Corp. sent out a letter to its shareholders on Monday, outlining the strength of its board of directors, hitting back at activist investor Macellum who wishes to take control of the board and sell-off the company.
The 300-square-metre store will be located at 20 boulevard Saint-Michel and will be run by retail distribution specialist Lids, and promises to be a temple for the US professional basketball league’s aficionados.
Proudly donning majestic headdresses, models sing an ode to the rain while a makeup artist draws geometric patterns on their faces, arms and thighs in preparation for Brazil's first-ever indigenous fashion show.
Dior will stage its next Cruise show in Seville, Spain, while sister LVMH brand Louis Vuitton will unveil its cruise collection in San Diego, USA, as major marques start head off to exotic locations this spring.
UK-based ethical beauty brand The Body Shop has introduced its in-store refill programme to the US as part of “an ambitious five-year plan to roll out refill stations in the majority of its stores globally”.
Boohoo has opened its first UK garment factory, with the retailer saying its new “centre of excellence” underpins the company’s commitment to Leicester’s “great future” as the hub of the domestic textiles industry.
Important executive changes at Watches of Switzerland have been unveiled with the high-flying luxury retailer appointing two new presidents. Analysts have linked this to succession planning at the buoyant business.
Despite Covid-19 continuing to affect sales and having suspended operations in Russia, one of its key markets, last month, Mothercare remains in a positive mood, expecting yearly earnings to be ahead of market view.
Joe Browns is aiming to reach its customers in more aspects of their lifestyles and has added its biggest-ever homewares collection. This follows a small trial capsule in 2020 and 2021 mainly focused on bedding.
The sale of TM Lewin to its lender’s parent company has been confirmed and that — as expected — the new owner is mulling a stores return. But a row between the new and previous owners has also reportedly broken out.
Fashion brand Blue Vanilla has signed a deal with Ideal World, the UK multi-channel home shopping retailer, to sell its womenswear across Ideal’s platforms. That includes TV, social channels and online from April 11.