As Covid-19 continues to take its toll on retailers, the Canadian womenswear brand has announced a decline of 17% in its second-quarter sales, with strong e-commerce gains limiting the damage inflicted by the pandemic.
Fast Retailing is doing all it can to maximise sales opportunities for its brands and said Thursday that it’s adding sales space for its Theory and Comptoir des Cotonniers labels inside its Uniqlo Tokyo global flagship.
The Asos final results report Wednesday was another confirmation of just how important pureplay e-tailers have been in the unusual circumstances of 2020. As store-based rivals struggled, its sales and profits soared.
The parent company of Urban Outfitters, Anthropologie and Free People has announced the departure of chief operating officer Calvin Hollinger and revealed a slew of promotions in its senior management team.
The apparel and footwear company announced on Tuesday that it has named former Dr Martens CEO Steve Murray as the new global brand president of The North Face and implemented broader organizational changes.
French Connection’s interim results on Tuesday didn't make happy reading as the six months ending July 31 saw the majority of its trading period impacted by the pandemic and sales plunged, although e-tail was up.
It has kicked off a seven-day “digital festival”, linked to its loyalty programme, that’s “the biggest ever celebration of our global member community" and features exclusives, unveilings and celebrity appearances.
All profits made from the sale of each 2020 campaign t-shirt and tote will be donated to the United Nations World Food Programme, and used to provide school meals to children in food-insecure regions of the world.
Amsterdam-based concept store Six and Sons is to open a very-short-term London branch at the end of this month with a three-day pop-up. The store will open “prior to selecting a permanent space in London”.