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JD Sports powers ahead as UK and US are strong, but Europe less buoyant

JD Sports powers ahead as UK and US are strong, but Europe less buoyant

JD Sports fashion had good news on Wednesday as it reported results for the year to 29 January. Revenue rose to £8.563 billion from £6.167 billion with gross profit edging up and pre-tax profit soaring.
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Ebay deploys live shopping platform

Ebay deploys live shopping platform

With Ebay Live, whose test phase is now drawing to a close, the group intends to take advantage of the growing appetite shown by brands and consumers for live shopping sessions.
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Gymshark names new marketing chief from Very Group

Gymshark names new marketing chief from Very Group

​Gymshark has a new marketing supremo with the company appointing Carly O’Brien, who had been Very Group’s CMO, as its VP of marketing.
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Castore targets US expansion despite current challenges

Castore targets US expansion despite current challenges

Castore co-founder Tom Beahon said the company is ramping up its expansion drive despite the current tough economic backdrop. He said a “very strong core brand and value proposition… can be successful no matter what”.
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Primark unlikely to add home delivery, despite  click & collect trial

Primark unlikely to add home delivery, despite click & collect trial

​The billionaire whose family controls Primark’s parent company has poured cold water on the idea that its newly-announced trial of click & collect services could lead to an eventual full offer online. 
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French Federation primed to elect Bruno Pavlovsky as new president

French Federation primed to elect Bruno Pavlovsky as new president

France’s Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode (FHCM) is primed to elect the senior Chanel executive Bruno Pavlovsky to be its next president at its next general assembly on July 1.
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Boss tech-enabled mega flagship opens on Oxford Street, offers personalisation

Boss tech-enabled mega flagship opens on Oxford Street, offers personalisation

​The wraps have finally been taken off the new Boss store that has been tantalising passers-by on Oxford Street in recent months. The megastore proves that the street retains its appeal for big names in fashion.
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Men's Fashion Week returns to Paris on Tuesday

Men's Fashion Week returns to Paris on Tuesday

From June 21 to 26, Men's Fashion Week is returning to Paris. The packed program will feature 40 physical fashion shows, eight major comebacks, three new names and numerous events, including the Marine Serre show. 
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PredictSpring secures Series B funding of $16 million

PredictSpring secures Series B funding of $16 million

PredictSpring has raised $16 million in Series B funding to accelerate the growth of its omni-channel business and grow its R&D and go-to-market teams.
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Milan menswear finalizes with Zegna in its 'Oasi'

Milan menswear finalizes with Zegna in its 'Oasi'

The Milan menswear season finished Monday with a path-breaking, sprightly and jaunty Zegna collection unveiled before a giant vista of the Italian Alps, in a season longing for a return to this country’s roots.
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Elsewhere in Milan: Tod’s, Marcelo Burlon, Doucal’s, Woolrich, Villa Eugenie and Moorer

Elsewhere in Milan: Tod’s, Marcelo Burlon, Doucal’s, Woolrich, Villa Eugenie and Moorer

Milan has become the most powerful magnet for young talent and millennium dreamers in Europe, and the clothes in the Italian menswear season reflected that new found belief and boldness. 
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350 brands to present their Spring/Summer 2023 collections at Playtime Paris

350 brands to present their Spring/Summer 2023 collections at Playtime Paris

The summer edition of children's fashion trade show, Playtime Paris, will return from July 2 to 4 at the Parc Floral de Paris, where 350 brands will be presenting their collections.
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Primark to launch Click & Collect test, sees strong SS22 as holidays return

Primark to launch Click & Collect test, sees strong SS22 as holidays return

Primark had big news on Monday and no, it wasn’t that trading is going well (which it is). It was that the company is working on a UK launch of a trial Click & Collect service for the end of this calendar year.
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Lancel returns to profitability

Lancel returns to profitability

The French leather goods label Lancel is finally returning to profit and now plans to accelerate its foreign presence after being acquired and repositioned by Italian group Piquadro in 2018. 
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True Religion enters into licensing agreement with Amiee Lynn

True Religion enters into licensing agreement with Amiee Lynn

American apparel and accessories brand True Religion has entered into a licensing agreement with Amiee Lynn for True Religion’s women's belts category. 
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Amazon Style: Why the concept should spread

Amazon Style: Why the concept should spread

Three weeks ago, Amazon Style opened its first brick-and-mortar clothing store. FashionNetwork.com went to test the store and reveals all the details of a new concept that is expected to spread to other cities. 
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