Tommy Hilfiger is working on a plan to take his next runway collection to Paris. The American designer is already in talks with the Fédération de la Haute Couture et de la Mode on a suitable time slot for his show.
Sports Direct's biggest headache is integrating its House of Fraser buy, but its latest results show it forging ahead with developments at the rest of the business, although this is denting turnover at some chains.
The power of luxury e-tail met the unstoppable force of sneaker and streetwear culture this week as newly-listed Farfetch said it's paying $250m in cash and shares for sneaker/streetwear marketplace Stadium Goods.
Upscale footwear specialist Russell & Bromley saw a third consecutive year of declining sales in 2017 with revenue falling to £100.6 million while operating profit dropped by £11.6 million to only £6.7 million.
MySale issued a profit warning on Tuesday with the Cocosa owner saying that it has seen “challenging conditions during its peak trading period.” And it's reviewing its UK business as it focuses on "ANZ-first".
Yoox Net-A-Porter is adding more new tech to its webstores offer and this week has unveiled “a unique styling suite to deliver [an] innovative shopping experience to customers worldwide” for its Yoox off-price store.
It was probably inevitable given the publicity she received in May for the Meghan Markle wedding dress, but Givenchy artistic director Clare Waight Keller was named womenswear designer of the year on Monday evening.