Menswear retailer Moss Bros has begun its new monthly subscription-based clothing rental service and hopes the ‘Moss Box’ venture, the first such menswear scheme in the UK, can become the 'new Netflix' of clothing.
Debenhams will exit the UK high street for good on May 15 as the administrators close its remaining stores. The closures will end more than 200 years in which the company has been a major name in UK retail.
Cult menswear label L’Estrange has opened a permanent store in London’s Seven Dials at number 19 Earlham Street. The opening follows a stint in nearby Neal Street, in a pop-up that opened in November 2019.
The Japanese cosmetics group has put a partial end to its beauty licence agreement with Dolce & Gabbana, a decision taken as Shiseido, struggling as a result of the Covid-19 crisis, intends to focus on skincare.
It’s a factor guaranteed to dent consumer enthusiasm. Bad weather. Footfall across all UK retail destinations declined by 2% week-on-week in the seven days between Sunday 25 April and Saturday 1 May, reports Springboard.
There's no doubting anything Kardashian related is still a major pull for many consumers. Hence, luxury retailer Flannels has signed US label Talentless to its roster of high-end brands for its 20 UK stores and online.
One of the most distinctive landmarks in central London retail is up for sale. The former Topshop flagship on Oxford Circus, the jewel in crown of the dismantled Arcadia Group empire, is valued at around £420 million.
Summer holidays may have been off the agenda for the past year, but with more international consumers believing they really will be able to go on holiday in 2021, swimwear trends have come to the fore again.
Zara is diving headfirst into beauty with the launch of a complete cosmetics line conceived by British makeup artist Diane Kendal. The retailer's debut beauty offering will be available in store and online from 12 May.