Asos, the online fashion retailer, has reported record sales and increased its forecasts for the year ahead after it more than doubled its pre-tax profits.
Milan Fashion Week is coming to a close, but it’s going out with a bang.
Pink for girls, blue for boys.
Controversial fashion brand American Apparel is now in business again, selling its edgy jeans and iconic leggings.
How to pronounce Primark… it’s a question that keeps many people up late into the night.
This week, it was announced that ubiquitous handbag brand Michael Kors was buying the luxury shoe brand, Jimmy Choo, in a $1.2bn deal.
Jack Wills — the self described outfitter to the gentry — plans to open 12 international stores, with the first being in Sylt, Germany.
China’s second-biggest e-commerce firm, JD.com – not to be confused with the UK sports retailer, has announced a new investment in the luxury online retailer Farfetch in a $397m deal.
Amazon is working to build its fashion arm in the UK.
Even the most successful clothing retailers have found the past couple of years challenging, and the clothing market globally has been blighted with heavy discounting as retailers try to clear stocks of unwanted product.
Karen Millen, founder of the eponymous high street brand, has been declared bankrupt by the High Court.
Victoria Beckham is the UK’s number one style icon among females, according to GlobalData research, heading up a list which includes royalty, singers, actresses and celebrities.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been doing some pretty cool things of late.
You can pretty much 3D print anything — and make-up is no exception.
Canada Goose, the Canadian brand known for its luxury parka coats, is gearing up for its IPO today.
Just in time for London Fashion Week, the UK’s capital city has reinforced its reputation as the world’s top destination for luxury retail.
Unlike the sophisticated grooming routines of Asian men, such as those of South Korea, men’s beauty regimes in the West have traditionally lacked complexity.