Global digital fashion giant ASOS has expanded its ‘Partner Fulfils’ programme with new tech that allows orders to be placed on its website and app without products being stored in the retailer’s distribution hubs.
Ever-acquisitive Frasers Group is back in the news. This time its focus is on buying shopping centres rather than its appetite for individual retail brands, reportedly lining up to buy two urban centres for £100m.
Womenswear and lifestyle brand Hush has named Melissa Dick as its new Chief Creative Officer. She joins from Tapestry’s Coach brand, where she spent five years and was VP Global Head of Creative Strategy & Studio.
Thoughts of a long hot summer, or a weather-defying trend? Searches for men’s chino shorts are up fourfold year-on-year, according to John Lewis. Whatever the reason, it’s “shocked buyers” at the UK retailer.
The men's collections for next winter seen in Florence, Milan and Paris confirm the return to formality, but revisited and inventive, with an elongated and relaxed silhouette, playing with volumes and textures.
The designer, who worked for the Adidas Group on collaborations with Ivy Park and Pharrell Williams, will head the Lacoste creative studio. And supervise the collaborations that will drive its creativity.
During the last edition of the BabyKid Spain+Fimi childcare and children's fashion fair, held in Valencia from January 26-28, FashionNetwork.com interviewed its director to talk about the current state of the sector.
Manière De Voir has signed up to take space in the flagship mixed-use property above Bond Street station in London that’s been created by global real estate investment, development, and property manager Hines.