There may have been lots of news stories about interruptions to trade because of Brexit, but it seems that consumers in key European markets are still buying from Britain, data from eShopWorld (ESW) shows.
The latest results from now-privately-held Moss Bros saw it reporting a pre-tax loss for the year to last January. And the pandemic has been a problem since then, although its online sales have risen.
UK shoe giant Clarks has filed its results for its year to February 2020 and the figures show just how much it was struggling even before the pandemic forced its stores to close and sent footwear demand plummeting.
Britain's biggest sportswear retailer JD Sports Fashion is likely to build a distribution centre within the European Union and create around 1,000 jobs there to avoid paying post-Brexit tariffs, its chairman said.
Brexit is killing British fashion and action must be taken as bureaucracy and travel issues since the UK left the EU have caused big problems, according to an open letter signed by 400 sector luminaries and creatives.