Luggage and accessories label Travelteq has opened its first flagship store in Amsterdam. The shop carries a collection of bags, trolleys and accessories as well as travel-related products, including books.
Following the bankrupt toy retailer’s announcement that it plans to shut down its US locations, the e-commerce giant is said to have considered taking over some of the spaces to expand its brick-and-mortar footprint.
While UK shopping mall giants Hammerson and Intu are accelerating towards their planned merger, the plans could be impacted by the arrival of Klepierre, with reports emerging that it made a bid for Hammerson this month.
Leidsche Rijn Centrum, the new retail district in Utrecht, has announced that it will add five Dutch fashion retailers to its store portfolio, including vanHaren, Zeeman, Casanova Milano, Lotus and Avec Bel'Ghir.
Luxury fashion house Chanel has revealed a new store design following the re-opening of its Amsterdam-based store. The shop is designed by Peter Marino and references the style of the Paris apartment of Coco Chanel.
Chinese investor and philanthropist Wendy Yu, on behalf of her Hong Kong-based company, Yu Holdings, has created an endowment in perpetuity for the position of the Wendy Yu Curator in Charge of The Costume Institute.
It was tough in 2017. Who says so? One of Britain’s most successful retailers, that’s who. John Lewis Partnership saw its profits falling over 20% in the face of a competitive environment, but fashion outperformed.
IKEA Group, the world's biggest furniture retailer, will maintain or raise already high levels of investment in coming years as it adapts to fast-changing shopping habits, its new CFO said on Wednesday.