It’s a name change that’s part of a game change. Already claiming to be the UK’s leading online store for limited edition sneakers and high-end streetwear, The Edit Man London has changed its name to The Edit LDN.
As they work to drive shopper traffic back to London’s West End, the New West End Company, local authority Westminster City Council and landlord Crown Estate have announced the launch of a pop-up programme.
The Italian luxury brand has announced the opening of a new store in East Hampton, New York, marking the company’s return to the Hamptons in a permanent capacity following a series of pop-ups in recent years.
We know having a solid returns policy is important to any fashion business, so how’s yours? A new survey worryingly suggests 82% of UK consumers think retailers in general need to improve their returns capabilities.
Fashion and sport have long built successful partnerships and the trend (hopefully) continues with two new ones to report: SoccerBible with Farah plus Briston Watches with Formula 3 driver Bart Horsten.
Gucci’s experimentation in the digital world – from la mode to marketing – has extended into a new terrain, NFT, as the house has moved to participate in Christie’s debut online auction named Proof of Sovereignty.
French group Kering said Wednesday it will sell a further $1 billion worth of shares in Puma as it continues to unwind its investment in the sneaker and sportswear maker to focus on higher-end luxury brands.