SportsShoes.com has named Dan Cartner head of marketing as the online retailer further implements its ongoing growth and development. He moves from senior marketing and e-commerce manager to the newly created post.
Inspired by the cinematic dreamscapes of David Lynch, Khaite, one of New York's hottest brands right now, put on a show to remember, a fusion of darkness and light from structured blazers to python skin jackets.
Swedish fashion retail giant H&M Group is relocating the Stockholm flagship for one of its brands — Monki — and is pulling out all the stops with the debut of its new store on a new street on 30 September.
Following the death of the Queen last week, the BFC has recommended that London Fashion Week shows due on the day of her funeral be rescheduled and that means changes for Christopher Kane and Roksanda, among others.
In a big show of support for Birmingham and confidence in the future of retail in general, JD Sports is to double the size of its flagship store in the Bullring & Grand Central mall, opening in summer 2023.
The Azzedine Alaïa Foundation has unveiled “Alaïa before Alaïa”, a book of retrospection illustrating the elements that shaped the young Tunisian prodigy into becoming one of fashion’s most illustrious designers.
With the support of the Lisbon City Council, the Portuguese capital will hold the 59th edition of its Fashion Week from October 6 to 9. Under the name ModaLisboa Oasis, the event will focus on art and sustainability.
The new New York City mayor recognized the importance of the fashion industry at the start of NYFW in an inaugural speech at Gracie Mansion on Thursday night, attended by a swathe of New York's fashion elite.
Fashion e-tail giant ASOS issued the briefest of trading updates on Friday and said that profit for the full year will come in within expectations, but at the bottom end of the range it previously predicted.
Gymshark is going big with its first foray into physical retail. The digital ‘fitness community and apparel brand’ is set to open on London’s Regent Street on 1 October promising it “will live long in the memory".
AI-driven guided selling software company ShoeAI has joined forces with the British Footwear Association (BFA) to support its membership “through the cost-of-living crisis and looming financial contraction”.