Jaeger has reported a slight narrowing of losses after a rise in sales, while the fashion chain’s owner explores options for the future of the business.
Karen Millen has fallen into the red in its full-year as it suffered “significant impairment charges” and sales were flat.
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Retail news round-up on December 1, 2015: Nicholas Marshall considers bid for Homebase and Missguided faces online flak over 'slut' crop jumper.
French Connection plans to close seven more stores and will exit its Regent Street shop, but its overall retail trading performance has improved.
The private equity owner of Office is set to offload the footwear chain to South African retailer Truworths International in a deal valued at £256m.
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Findel’s directors have made a bid to block Mike Ashley from getting a Sports Direct representative elected to the home shopping retailer’s board.
Oasis has swung to its first full-year profit in three years after a higher quality clothing offer helped it win back customers and boost sales.
John Lewis has reported its biggest sales week of the year to date as the department store group built trading momentum up to Black Friday.
Monsoon Accessorize property director Holly Ledson is stepping down to carry out charity work in Africa, Retail Week can reveal.
Retail news round-up on November 27, 2015: Black Friday kicks off in the UK with a slow start and Oasis records profit for the first time in three years.
River Island has unveiled an innovative delivery service for online shoppers who cannot pick up products ordered for in-store collection.
Fashion and textiles retailer Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group has reported a jump in pre-tax profits as it plans 100 new store openings.
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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.
Retail news round-up on November 25, 2015: Tesco drivers threaten to strike ahead of festive period and Office set to change hands.
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.