John Lewis, Britain's largest department store operator, is hopeful any downturn in consumer spending translate into a "flight to quality" rather than consumers opting to trade down, its new boss said on Thursday.
One year ago, British fashion designers took a very public stand against Brexit. An estimated 90% of London-based creators aghast at the very idea of leaving Europe, as many very firmly spoke out against any such divorce. Today, they await the divorce with trepidation.
Nike has opened another high-tech flagship, this time in Moscow, part of its effort to create a stronger customer experience through personalization and activity zones and link its digital and physical store platforms.
Puig, Spain’s largest luxury multi-brand group, has radically overhauled its fashion division and named José Manuel Albesa to oversee its four fashion houses, as it announces a slew of new appointments.
Supreme has added a CAPTCHA function to its e-commerce platform, part of its effort to limit fraudulent reselling and prevent buyers from using bots to grab up Supreme merchandise during the brand's biweekly "drops."