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Wolverine Worldwide posts quarterly loss of $171 million

Wolverine Worldwide posts quarterly loss of $171 million

The Rockford, Michigan-based outdoor and active apparel and footwear company reported a Q4 net loss of $170.7 million on Thursday, as quarterly revenues fell 16.1% year over year.
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Natty and neon Emporio Armani

Natty and neon Emporio Armani

One felt like one got a ticket on a futuristic airline at Emporio Armani, as the master designer took his audience on a neon-drenched tour in Milan Fashion Week on Thursday afternoon.
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Quiksilver launches campaign to support womenswear's new direction

Quiksilver launches campaign to support womenswear's new direction

​Quiksilver has rebooted its approach to womenswear marketing and has unveiled a new direction and a new creative to support the latest womenswear range.
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River Island, Mountain Warehouse sign Clipper Logistics deals, automation is key

River Island, Mountain Warehouse sign Clipper Logistics deals, automation is key

​The two major name retailers have signed deals with logistics specialist Clipper Logistics, with the details of the deals highlighting how important automation and omnichannel have become.
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PrettyLittleThing sees surging dress demand on lockdown-easing roadmap

PrettyLittleThing sees surging dress demand on lockdown-easing roadmap

​‘Going-out’ clothing may have tanked during the various lockdowns of the past year, but with the UK’s lockdown-easing roadmap now published, demand seems to be surging, a major fashion e-tailer said Thursday.
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N Brown chairman to leave, successor already lined up

N Brown chairman to leave, successor already lined up

Online retail group N Brown said Thursday that its chairman Matt Davies is stepping down from his post at the end of next month in order to “spend more time on his other business activities”.
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Latest lockdowns make £1.1bn dent in Primark sales

Latest lockdowns make £1.1bn dent in Primark sales

Primark will have lost around £1.1 billion worth of sales due to lockdowns and other restrictions in the 27 weeks up to the end of this month, the value retailer said on Thursday.
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Kith opens first European store in Paris

Kith opens first European store in Paris

The American brand founded by Ronnie Fieg is opening a store in the French capital. Spread over three floors, the 16,000-square-foot location not only offers the label's latest collections, but also a restaurant. 
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Revolve earnings soar in fourth quarter

Revolve earnings soar in fourth quarter

The Los Angeles-based online fashion retailer reported Q4 net income of $19.0 million on Wednesday, representing a year-over-year increase of 126% compared to $8.4 million in the prior-year period.
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L Brands tops earnings expectations; revenues fall short on Victoria’s Secret weakness

L Brands tops earnings expectations; revenues fall short on Victoria’s Secret weakness

The Victoria’s Secret parent company reported fourth-quarter income of $860.3 million, or $3.03 per share, on Wednesday, beating analysts’ estimates of $2.91 per share.
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T.J. Maxx parent misses estimates as lockdowns cut sales by $1 billion

T.J. Maxx parent misses estimates as lockdowns cut sales by $1 billion

Discount store operator TJX Cos Inc missed estimates for holiday-quarter results on Wednesday, as coronavirus-induced lockdowns in Europe and Canada shaved about $1 billion off its sales.
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Missoni celebrates 'normal life' at virtual Milan Fashion Week

Missoni celebrates 'normal life' at virtual Milan Fashion Week

Italian brand Missoni kicked off the first day of Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday, with designers once again forced to swap the buzzing catwalks for digital presentations due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Roman empress Fendi by Kim Jones

Roman empress Fendi by Kim Jones

Kim Jones appreciates a powerful woman; like the Fendi sisters or the latter-day empresses of style that starred in his first women’s ready-to-wear collection for the fashion house, unveiled Wednesday.
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John Lewis fashion buying director to quit this spring

John Lewis fashion buying director to quit this spring

​John Lewis’s buying director of fashion is set to stand down after many years at the firm. But it seems the move isn't linked to the retailer’s general restructuring. Christine Kasoulis will leave to focus on her MBA. 
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Vestiaire Collective's Fanny Moizant quits SMCP board

Vestiaire Collective's Fanny Moizant quits SMCP board

Fanny Moizant has informed the board of SMCP that she’s stepping down as a director. The move comes as she needs to be “fully focused on her other activities, in particular the development of Vestiaire Collective”
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Online retailers launch new trade body to champion digital cause

Online retailers launch new trade body to champion digital cause

Increasingly under-fire e-commerce retailers are making a stand. ASOS, Boohoo, The Hut Group, Ocado, AO World and Gymshark have launched The UK Digital Business Association (UKDBA).
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