A British beauty start-up founded by a former glossy magazine editor has secured £3.5 million in funding from Unilever’s venture capital operation and has plans to expand to further UK cities as well as abroad.
The CEO of Cath Kidston has become the latest industry executive to call for a liberal, open Brexit deal to be negotiated while also saying that the company has seen higher UK sales since the Brexit vote.
Centrist Emmanuel Macron took a big step toward the French presidency on Sunday by winning the first round of voting and qualifying for a May 7 runoff alongside far-right leader Marine Le Pen, reassuring markets.
Furla is to buy back its Australian and New Zealand distribution from Luxury Retail Group after saying it has seen significant sales growth in the countries and that the new deal shows its “strong faith" in the market.
Net-a-Porter’s drive up market continues. The mega luxury e-tailer has inked a deal with Cartier to open a one-month-long pop-up store whose star attraction will be a series of remodeled Panthères de Cartier – the jeweler’s iconic early eighties timepiece.
The weak pound and other, less short-term factors, are supporting London's status as a key market for global tourists with Russia's recovery and surging US visits both making a major impact in Q1, new data shows.
Sympatex has obtained an injunction against Gore Tex stopping the outdoor retailer from claiming the fabric membrane it uses to produce its core products is ‘environmentally friendly’, as it may contain PFCs.
Opening Ceremony is bringing a double dose of Japanese style to its New York City store, with a capsule collection honoring the beloved Harajuku style magazine Fruits and a pop-up of vintage Comme des Garcon pieces.