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Intu Milton Keynes taken over by new owner of its Merry Hill mall

Intu Milton Keynes taken over by new owner of its Merry Hill mall

Intu Milton Keynes is the latest shopping centre belonging to the failed malls giant to change hands with the property having been taken over by a new asset manager, Ellandi.
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Fatface completes £15m finance deal, Rose and Bridgepoint step back

Fatface completes £15m finance deal, Rose and Bridgepoint step back

​FatFace Group has announced the completion of comprehensive refinancing agreement that also sees control passing to its lenders and the departure of its chairman. 
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Ted Baker inks men’s formalwear licence deal with Baird Group

Ted Baker inks men’s formalwear licence deal with Baird Group

​Fresh from naming Next its new intimates licensee, Ted Baker has added Baird Group as it licensee for men’s formalwear as it works to improve the speed and efficiency of its menswear ops.
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Social commerce business Poshmark files for IPO

Social commerce business Poshmark files for IPO

​Resale e-tailer Poshmark has unveiled its plan to file for an initial public offering, although few details are available at present. It operates in the US and Canada and has attracted a number of celebrity investors.
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Gucci and CFDA open Gucci Changemakers x CFDA Scholars by Design Award application

Gucci and CFDA open Gucci Changemakers x CFDA Scholars by Design Award application

The winner will be awarded with a $20,000 scholarship, as well as mentorship, and will be judged based on talent, financial need and professional potential.
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Neiman Marcus Group emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy

Neiman Marcus Group emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy

The 113-year-old retail group has eliminated over $4 billion of its existing debt and announced a new board of directors with former executives from LVMH and Ebay. 
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Footwear business Royer Group prepares to cut 200 jobs in France

Footwear business Royer Group prepares to cut 200 jobs in France

French footwear business Royer has begun discussions with employee representative bodies, struck by the coronavirus crisis and in the wake of its license with New Balance not being renewed.
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Some 3,500 U.S. companies sue over Trump-imposed Chinese tariffs

Some 3,500 U.S. companies sue over Trump-imposed Chinese tariffs

About 3,500 U.S. companies, including Ralph Lauren, Target Corp, and Walgreen Co have sued the Trump administration in the last two weeks over the imposition of tariffs on more than $300 billion in Chinese-made goods.
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Milan Fashion Week climaxes with cultural and conceptual diversity

Milan Fashion Week climaxes with cultural and conceptual diversity

All about cultural and conceptual diversity in Milan on its final Sunday afternoon, at three very contrasting shows, albeit by two brands with similar names – MSGM and MM6 – and a third with uber wide-ranging origins.
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Giorgio Armani: Rather timely thoughts

Giorgio Armani: Rather timely thoughts

Few designers have had as remarkable a career as Giorgio Armani. His unique fashion history was the subject of a hagiographic video that preceded the presentation of the latest collection by Italy's most famous designer.
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Ryan Gellert takes over as CEO of Patagonia

Ryan Gellert takes over as CEO of Patagonia

Having headed up the American outdoor brand's European business for the last six years, the executive will succeed the charismatic Rose Marcario, who has held the role of CEO since 2014. 
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Alexandre Mattiussi discusses the DNA of French fashion

Alexandre Mattiussi discusses the DNA of French fashion

A key player in French fashion who will be showing his newest collection for Ami during Paris Fashion Week on 3 October, Alexandre Mattiussi is the latest guest on the LuxurynsightXFashionNetwork podcast. 
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Marni: Gathered narratives from around the globe

Marni: Gathered narratives from around the globe

Marni went on fashion’s biggest long-distance video adventure this season, with a live online show on Friday afternoon that rambled around eight cities and four continents.
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October's Harrogate Bridal show postponed

October's Harrogate Bridal show postponed

The organisers of Harrogate Bridal Show have confirmed that the event will be postponed to 2021, with a virtual showroom replacing the original October conference.
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Suit Direct defies downturn with retail expansion

Suit Direct defies downturn with retail expansion

The men’s formalwear retailer is opening a series of standalone stores across the UK throughout the next year as part of an ambitious growth strategy.
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GCDS: A fashionable immigrant story in reverse

GCDS: A fashionable immigrant story in reverse

Few new brands are quite so out there in Milan these days as GCDS, a reverse immigrant story, that staged what it termed an “electronic bonanza,” to round off Thursday night’s action in Milan Fashion Week. 
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