The Italian label is increasingly set on expanding internationally: between 2021 and 2022, it will have opened 22 new stores in strategic locations worldwide, as CEO Matteo Sinigaglia tells FashionNetwork.com.
In a bid to return it its pre-pandemic-attraction highs, London’s West End is “back with a bang” this summer. The district is launching a a four-month campaign of 50 “uniquely thrilling experiences” for visitors.
Asda’s sales went into reverse in Q1 as the privately held supermarkets giant that owns the George clothing label suffered against tough comparisons with the year ago period and also from inflation hitting hard.
Just six weeks after being bought in a rescue deal, shirtmaker TM Lewin has relaunched e-commerce. Currently carrying the reborn label’s initial SS22 range, additional lines are “to be added in the coming weeks”.
American Eagle Outfitters Inc. announced on Thursday revenues for the first quarter inched forward 2%, as the youth apparel retailer's namesake American Eagle brand and online channel saw steep declines.
Gap slashed its annual results forecast on Thursday, sending shares 13% lower after hours as the clothing retailer blamed poor fashion choices at its Old Navy line and weak demand in the face of decades-high inflation.
Macy's raised its annual profit forecast on Thursday, helped by strong demand for high-margin apparel from consumers returning to weddings and other social events, even as red-hot inflation saps consumer spending power.