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Karl Albrecht, the reclusive German co-founder of Aldi, died last Wednesday (July 16) at the age of 94.
Read the Retail Week & Fits.me Ecommerce in fashion supplement as a fully digital edition.
The British Fashion Council (BFC) is setting up shop on eBay to give up-and-coming fashion designers the opportunity to sell their wares.
Retail sales volumes returned to growth in the year to July, rebounding “solidly” due to the hot summer weather.
Cath Kidston has sold a stake in the business to private equity firm Baring Asia as it plans over 100 stores in China within three years.
White Stuff has posted a “strong” full-year performance driven by its multichannel offer and full-price trading.
Boohoo, the newly floated fashion etailer, has launched its German language website.
Fashion retailer H&M opened the doors to its largest store in the world on Fifth Avenue, New York City last week.
Dance-floors this Christmas are expected to be filled with metallic numbers, killer cocktail dresses and tartan suits this year if the Christmas in July press days are anything to go by.
Programmes such as Oxford Summer School help to foster and inspire retailers in an industry where talent is a business’s greatest resource.
Sports Direct is the latest retailer to venture Down Under with an online tie-up with Australian etailer MySale and a smattering of stores in Oz and New Zealand in the offing.