Grand Central Birmingham will open its doors tomorrow and centre bosses have unveiled these images ahead of the eagerly-awaited launch.
Fashion giant Arcadia, controlled by tycoon Sir Philip Green, has posted a rise in earnings but like-for-likes have slipped in the new financial year.
High-end skiwear specialist Moncler demonstrates the versatility of its visual merchandising by unveiling two impressive displays in Cannes.
A High Court judge has ruled against H&M in a dispute patent case involving a technology used in the underwiring of bras.
The public still thinks retailers are dominated by those whose large market shares places them in an unfair position against suppliers.
Ernest Jones owner Signet has posted a 4.1% increase in like-for-like sales within its UK jewellery division during the third quarter.
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Fashion retailer Warehouse has hired heavyweight designers Alasdhair Willis and Emma Cook as part of a major overhaul of the British brand.
Bonmarché has reported a 15.6% drop in half-year profits after re-investing cash into opening new stores and improving its supply chain.
Bonmarché is considering launching its first ever national TV advertising campaign next year as it ramps up efforts to attract new customers.
Three quarters of consumers planning to make a purchase on Black Friday will buy from online giant Amazon, a study has revealed.
Black Friday has fundamentally changed the shape of Christmas trade and this year’s festive shopping trend is set to be even more pronounced.
Sales at John Lewis department stores broke through the £100m barrier last week, boosted by homewares, as peak trading got under way.
Mothercare boss Mark Newton-Jones has blasted the industry’s embrace of Black Friday and says the retailer will only participate “in a light fashion”.
Ted Baker has reported a 20.5% jump in third-quarter group sales despite “challenging” conditions in some international markets.
Mountain Warehouse founder Mark Neale explains the thinking behind his new women’s ‘athleisure’-wear brand and retail chain Zakti.
Morrisons tackles Santa’s wardrobe nightmares before Christmas, as Burberry boss Bailey swaps clothes for Christmas trees.
Bargain-hungry shoppers have driven a strong third-quarter performance at TJX Companies, TK Maxx and HomeSense parent, with same store sales up 5%.
Retailers’ fortunes are expected to vary dramatically over Black Friday, which is set to be the biggest yet and generate about £1bn in revenues.
Scottish retailers suffered last month as industry like-for-like sales slipped 2.8%, according to the Scottish Retail Consortium/KPMG Monitor.
German fashion etailer is to expand its corporate headquarters in Berlin to create a campus designed to accommodate 5,000 staff.
The UK inflation rate stayed consistent throughout October, figures from the Office for National Statistics revealed this morning.
Urban Outfitters is buying an Italian restaurant chain as it seeks to tap into the rapidly expanding casual dining market.
Sports Direct is reportedly in discussions to introduce Lillywhites shop-in-shops in some of House of Fraser’s department stores.
Since being launched from a flat in Berlin seven years ago, fashion etailer Zalando has gone from strength to strength.