With LFW’s celebratory angle having been on hold due to the death of the Queen in September, the British Fashion Council has now unveiled a “city-wide celebration” that’s set to kick off on 6 October.
Seamm, a start-up digitising fashion goods for virtual worlds, has raised $1.7 million in funding “to scale go-to-market activities, attract and hire top talent, and accelerate the development of its platform”.
Are You Mad. No, that’s not a question but the name of Shaftesbury’s latest consumer-facing effort to promote sustainability. The London property giant has opened its first visible recycling unit on Carnaby Street.
Browns has closed its much-talked-about Browns East branch in Shoreditch with the retailer saying the branch had originally been planned as a pop-up in 2017, but “was so successful that we stayed the course for longer”.
Next is one of the most successful UK fashion retailers, so when it downgrades profit guidance that it only upgraded last month, you know the sector as a whole is facing tough times. And that’s what it did Thursday.
As Labour surges in the UK polls, it’s clearly scenting opportunity in areas the Conservatives haven’t fully addresses and has pledged to abolish business rates and introduce initiatives to ‘save the high street’.
The countdown has begun to the opening of London's repurposed Battersea Power Station.The official launch of the new retail, leisure and residential area will begin with a five-day ‘Festival of Power’ in October.
A key section of London’s South Molton Street is to be the subject of a major multi-million-pound upgrade. The South Molton Triangle remodel will be a venture between property giants Grosvenor and Mitsui Fudosan UK.
Prisma Media, France’s leading magazine publishing group, will launch the French edition of U.S women's fashion magazine Harper's Bazaar next March, as the group announced in a press release on Tuesday.