Over 30 retail brands from across the London’s King’s Cross and Coal Drops Yard retail destination have launched a combined ‘United We Shop’ campaign, supporting the area’s extensively redeveloped shopping streets.
Multibrand retailer Wolf & Badger has seen a “consistent rise in overall global sales and strong performance from its flagship stores in London and New York” to give it another period of higher full-year revenues.
On a blisteringly cold night in Manhattan, the worlds of art, history and technology collided at the trunk show of Jennifer Rothwell. FashionNetwork.com spoke to the Irish fashion designer about the future of her brand.
A new retailer offering a curated selection of hard-to-find fashion and independent books and magazines has opened its first shop in Coal Drops Yard as reports emerge that the development's footfall is disappointing.
Coal Drops Yard, the major retail development that opened next to London’s King’s Cross Station last autumn, has announced a mix of globally known and local labels that will open there by this summer.
UK retail may be under a dark cloud at the moment, but new retail developments have come thick and fast this year and the latest is the opening of Coal Drops Yard at King's Cross with a quirky mix of stores.
MHL by Margaret Howell is the latest name to be confirmed for Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross with the centre that opens soon being one of the most interesting of recent years as far as its brand line-up is concerned.