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Some ASOS suppliers cut links with e-tailer for now - report
Some suppliers of online fashion retail giant ASOS are pulling back from supplying the company with goods following the withdrawal of credit insurance for the firm, according to a newspaper report on Wednesday.
Harvey Nichols Manchester to host piercing and tattoo artists
Here’s an initiative that wouldn’t have happened until relatively recently. Debut Studios opens a space at Harvey Nichols in Manchester on 19 June focusing on tattooing and piercing in a trusted, inclusive environment.
CBI survives as members vote in its favour
Businesses that are members of the Confederation of British Industry, one of the main UK lobby groups, voted that they had confidence in reforms aimed at restoring the CBI's reputation after sexual assault allegations.
Sandersons names Savile Row-trained manager for Five Valleys store
Upscale regional department store group Sandersons has appointed a new manager for its Five Valleys boutique store in Stroud.
UK May fashion spend is weak say Barclays and BRC
Britain's retail and consumer spending was sluggish in May, two reports showed on Tuesday, with the latest figures from the British retail Consortium and from Barclays offering up bad news for the fashion sector.
Image Skincare names new CEO
Global skincare brand Image Skincare announced on Monday the appointment of Sennen Pamich, former president of Wella Company Americas, as chief executive officer.
Superdrug's Bear appointed SCS president
Beauty retail giant Superdrug’s Quality and Technical Manager Shona Bear has been appointed President of the Society of Cosmetic Scientists (SCS).
L’Oréal invests in US biotech company Debut
L’Oréal has bought a minority stake in US biotech company Debut, a specialist in synthetic biology.
Chelsea retailers asked to sign tougher leases as neighbourhood booms
Tenants of Cadogan Estates — the landlord controlling vast swathes of London’s Chelsea — are having to sign inflation-linked leases and put down “hefty deposits”, a newspaper report has claimed.
ASOS sees bid approach as share price slumbers - report
ASOS is believed to have received a £1 billion takeover approach a few months ago from a Turkish company taking advantage of the potential in its giant market but also its falling share price.
Beautycounter CEO Marc Rey departs
Clean beauty firm Beautycounter has announced the appointment of board director Mindy Mackenzie to the role of interim chief executive officer, effective immediately, succeeding Marc Rey.
Clinique, Kate Spade collaborate on beauty collection
Beauty brand Clinique has teamed up with global lifestyle brand Kate Spade New York for its first-ever collaboration.
Revolution beauty narrows losses as sales rise in H1
It's only a few days since the last set of Revolution Beauty results were released, but they were the delayed figures for FY22. On Friday, it almost got back on track with its results for H1 of FY23.
Barneys New York debuts fragrance collection
Barneys New York announced on Thursday the launch of an all-new collection of premium fine fragrances.
Coty to focus on niche fragrances
In 2024, Coty will launch Infiniment Coty Paris, a line of fragrances which, according to the American beauty group, "will be to perfume what Orveda (its ultra-premium brand) is to skincare: an industry pioneer."
Physical stores boom, but don't neglect omnichannel says retail think tank
The members of the KPMG/Ipsos Retail Think Tank (RTT) have been looking at the retail market again and are questioning whether an online-only model is still viable.