On September 20, the US fashion and lifestyle retailer opened its first French store in Paris - ahead of a second Parisian opening next week - characterised by a vibrant, creative and colourful atmosphere.
Once dressed to kill as they stalked the Colombian jungle, a group of young former FARC rebels have shed their camouflage fatigues, boots and guns to help ease their way back into society following a 2016 peace deal.
Paris attracts widespread attention during the Fashion Week, as well as criticism for its expensive shows. To reduce their impact, the French Fashion Federation is working to foster eco-responsible solutions.
Clemenza, ex-general manager of Krizia and a strategic pick by private equity firm Armònia SGR, in control of the label since 2017, is tasked with stepping up the pace of its structuring and commercial development.
It looks like JD Sports’ £90 million acquisition of troubled smaller peer Footasylum isn’t going to go through easily with news that the Competition and Markets Authority wants a more in-depth look at the deal.
River Island has reported declining profits for its 2018 financial year with operating profit down to £35 million from £80 million a year earlier. Revenues dropped too, falling by £25 million to £919 million.
Esprit’s problems are continuing with the Hong Kong and Germany-based firm reporting another set of weak results, although they were better than predicted and the company thinks it's on the right track.
The maternity apparel retailer has announced that it is considering strategic alternatives, including a potential sale, following a rough second quarter that saw a significant dip in the company’s revenues.