Just six weeks after being bought in a rescue deal, shirtmaker TM Lewin has relaunched e-commerce. Currently carrying the reborn label’s initial SS22 range, additional lines are “to be added in the coming weeks”.
Ulta Beauty announced on Thursday record-breaking financial results for the first quarter, as the cosmetics company logged revenue and earnings surges, thanks to increased comparables sales fuelled by consumer demand.
American Eagle Outfitters Inc. announced on Thursday revenues for the first quarter inched forward 2%, as the youth apparel retailer's namesake American Eagle brand and online channel saw steep declines.
Gap slashed its annual results forecast on Thursday, sending shares 13% lower after hours as the clothing retailer blamed poor fashion choices at its Old Navy line and weak demand in the face of decades-high inflation.
Macy's raised its annual profit forecast on Thursday, helped by strong demand for high-margin apparel from consumers returning to weddings and other social events, even as red-hot inflation saps consumer spending power.
Jaime Bergel and Pedro Sainz de Baranda, who both own 70% of the company, have decided to put the sale of their company on hold. The process began earlier this year, hiring investment bank Arcano to find buyers.
UK retailer Superdrug has extended its partnership with lifestyle brand Skinnydip after a successful trial period. It also means the beauty specialist will be selling more non-beauty products, including fashion.
John Lewis is dipping its toe into the kidswear rental market via a trial link-up with Thelittleloop.com. It means Thelittleloop users will be able to add John Lewis items to their subscription plans.
Dr Martens is linking up again with Heaven by Marc Jacobs, the project that “embodies nostalgia for the youthful rebellion of the 90s — a technicolour manifestation of a binary-defying, forward-facing generation”.