Danish fashion retail giant Bestseller released its full-year results on Monday and the numbers showed a business that’s continuing to drive sales upwards but is still facing the same challenges as its peers.
Department store Jenners could be under threat in Edinburgh with the owner of the building it occupies, Bestseller's boss, planning to convert the space into a part-retail location with a hotel, bar and restaurant.
One of Bestseller’s key labels, Vero Moda, is the latest big name to embrace more sustainable denim and said it has joined other leading fashion brands and manufacturers as a participant in the Jeans Redesign project.
There may be a certain amount of scepticism around big company commitment to sustainability, but the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) said its members sourced more than 1m metric tonnes of Better Cotton in 2018.
Company directors, industry experts and NGO representatives came together to talk about the industry’s need to take action at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit on 15-16 May. Now it’s time to stop talking and start acting.
C&A and Denmark’s Bestseller Group have teamed up to launch key pieces from Only’s collection in 10 shop-in-shops across C&A’s store estate in Europe. These will be located in Austria, Poland and the Czech Republic.
The industry is reeling from news that Bestseller owner and major Asos investor Anders Holch Povlsen lost three of his four children in the senseless tragedy that unfolded in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.