The Italian label is increasingly set on expanding internationally: between 2021 and 2022, it will have opened 22 new stores in strategic locations worldwide, as CEO Matteo Sinigaglia tells FashionNetwork.com.
In a bid to return it its pre-pandemic-attraction highs, London’s West End is “back with a bang” this summer. The district is launching a a four-month campaign of 50 “uniquely thrilling experiences” for visitors.
The regular Concours on Savile Row event organised by London landlord the Pollen Estate has released details of its June schedule, celebrating collaborations between Savile Row tailoring houses and the automotive world.
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”.
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.
British designer label A-Cold-Wall has begun a six-week “residency” at the Doha Festival City Mall in Qatar. Its new shop-in-shop 7.2 sq m space is located in the three-storey Harvey Nichols store there.