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DHL UK expansion to create 4,000 jobs on e-tail boom

DHL UK expansion to create 4,000 jobs on e-tail boom

Logistics firm DHL is to vastly increase its processing and delivery capacity in the UK as part of a new £190 million expansion plan to take advantage of the continuing boom in digital retail.
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Battersea Power Station makeover is 'complete' as it prepares for autumn opening

Battersea Power Station makeover is 'complete' as it prepares for autumn opening

The radical makeover of Battersea Power Station has reached “practical completion” ahead of the grand opening as a major London retail destination this autumn.
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Arizona Muse and Dana Thomas are Pure London keynote speakers

Arizona Muse and Dana Thomas are Pure London keynote speakers

​Pure London has been making a string of announcements in recent weeks and the latest is around two keynote speakers headlining the show’s Power of One sustainability content.
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AYBL, Lounge Underwear, ME+EM join ranks of UK's fastest-growing businesses

AYBL, Lounge Underwear, ME+EM join ranks of UK's fastest-growing businesses

With annual sales rocketing, fledgling fashion companies AYBL, Lounge Underwear, Lucy & Yak, Manière De Voir, ME+EM, and Woolovers have been named among Britain’s 100 fastest-growing businesses.
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Aeffe incorporates its lingerie producer Velmar

Aeffe incorporates its lingerie producer Velmar

The Italian luxury group, owner among others of Moschino, is busy reorganising and has incorporated its lingerie and beachwear specialist Velmar, which also holds the Chiara Ferragni swimwear license.
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Scotch & Soda launches men's underwear and socks with Stichd, women's to follow

Scotch & Soda launches men's underwear and socks with Stichd, women's to follow

Scotch & Soda and Stichd have announced a “long-term” link-up for the design, production, and distribution of the brand’s underwear and sock collections.
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Fashion group Shandong Ruyi's creditors take full control of Lycra

Fashion group Shandong Ruyi's creditors take full control of Lycra

Lycra has gained new ownership, with creditors of its former parent company Shandong Ruyi Technology Group taking full equity control after the Chinese fashion conglomerate defaulted on a $400 million loan.
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Pinterest CEO steps down, Google executive to take over in e-commerce push

Pinterest CEO steps down, Google executive to take over in e-commerce push

Pinterest Inc said long-time Chief Executive Officer Ben Silbermann would step down, handing over the reins of the social media platform to Google commerce executive Bill Ready.
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Paul Smith and Officine Générale bring tailoring back

Paul Smith and Officine Générale bring tailoring back

Paris Fashion Week presented the collections of two lovers of precise and relaxed tailoring: Sir Paul Smith and his '80's-inspired pieces and a French chic lineup by Pierre Mahéo.  
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Australian retail giants named in facial recognition tech complaint

Australian retail giants named in facial recognition tech complaint

Three of Australia's biggest retail chains have been referred to the privacy regulator for alleged use of "unreasonably intrusive" facial recognition technology on customers. 
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Paris menswear Sunday: Contrasting visions at Thom Browne and Celine

Paris menswear Sunday: Contrasting visions at Thom Browne and Celine

Paris menswear witnessed two contrasting visions on Sunday: Thom Browne posh demi-cross dressing in wool bouclé, and Hedi Slimane’s retro rocker statement amid thousands of millennial teeny boppers.
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Paris menswear Saturday: Intensity and nonchalance at Craig Green, Loewe and Hermès

Paris menswear Saturday: Intensity and nonchalance at Craig Green, Loewe and Hermès

Menswear’s two most defiantly artistic designers – Craig Green and Jonathan Anderson – began Saturday with two strikingly unique visions in Paris, before Hermès presented a salutary lesson in nonchalant chic.
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Showroomprivé ex-CEO Thierry Petit sells his stake

Showroomprivé ex-CEO Thierry Petit sells his stake

After leaving his position as CEO of French event sales site Showroomprivé in December, Thierry Petit has sold his 17.61% stake in the company. Eric Sitruk, soon to own a 7.5% stake, is set to become a board member.
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Scotch & Soda opens first directly operated Italian store, plans Covent Garden flagship

Scotch & Soda opens first directly operated Italian store, plans Covent Garden flagship

​Scotch & Soda is continuing its European expansion plans and has just opened its first directly operated store in Italy. It’s located on Milan’s Via Alessandro Manzoni, one of the main fashion destinations in the city. 
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Matalan makes strides in turnaround, new in-house womenswear labels strong

Matalan makes strides in turnaround, new in-house womenswear labels strong

​Matalan has filed its accounts for its latest financial year and also updated on the first quarter of this year with the company clearly making progress in its turnaround.
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Astrid & Miyu opens first US store with NYC debut

Astrid & Miyu opens first US store with NYC debut

London-based jewellery brand Astrid & Miyu has marked its 10th anniversary with the debut of its first permanent international store in New York. The opening follows a number of pop-ups in the city in previous years.
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