After doubling the size of the Turin branch, the department store chain is making over the interiors of the Florence one, and renovating its second branch in Rome, as the group posted a 21% sales rise in 2018.
The Parisian label, bought last autumn by Chinese group Icicle, is gently getting back on its feet, via internally designed collections – as it awaits a new creative director - and planned store openings in China.
The ethical clothing retailer is using technology to target its advertising more effectively and has found shoppers are buying more, coming back more often and are more likely to make a second purchase.
Climate change protestors are continuing to disrupt the West End and with a threat on Wednesday to target the London Underground too, retailers are increasingly worried that the Easter shopping season is at risk.
The Primark headlines may have been largely about its mega-sized opening in Birmingham this month, but the company is continuing to open stores elsewhere and has just opened at Centre:MK in Milton Keynes.
Coal Drops Yard, the major retail development that opened next to London’s King’s Cross Station last autumn, has announced a mix of globally known and local labels that will open there by this summer.
Walmart has partnered with subscription-based children's clothing start-up Kidbox to launch a curated kid's style box service on Walmart.com, marking the retail giant's first kid's apparel subscription service.
Shopping mall operator Arabian Centres, owned by Fawaz Alhokair Group, will this month launch what could be Saudi Arabia’s largest initial public offering in five years, which it hopes will raise around $1 billion.
The Iconic, the Australian e-retailer owned by Luxembourg-based Global Fashion Group (GFG), has launched a new feature that will allow customers to shop consciously using five different sustainability categories.