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Ecommerce in fashion - October 2012

Retail Week Ecommerce in Fashion

Read the Retail Week & Fits.me Ecommerce in fashion supplement as a fully digital edition.

Marks & Spencer has poached Next\'s Simon Hawksworth

Marks & Spencer poaches Next menswear design chief Simon Hawksworth

Marks & Spencer has poached Next’s head of menswear design Simon Hawksworth to fill the position left vacant by Tony O’Connor’s departure.

Fashion retailers have bounced back from a slow December by posting their biggest monthly sales increase for nearly two years

Clothing retailers bounce back in January as cold weather sets in

Clothing retailers have bounced back in January after recording their strongest monthly rise in sales for almost two years.

Mytheresa was bought by Neiman Marcus last year

Neiman Marcus names Michael Kliger as Mytheresa president

Michael Kliger has been appointed as president of Mytheresa.com and the Theresa flagship store in Munich.

H&M will open 400 new stores in 2015 after posting stronger-then-expected net profit of £500m for the fourth quarter

H&M to open 400 new stores after posting £500m net profit

H&M has pledged to open 400 new stores in 2015 after posting a stronger-than-expected net profit of £500m for the fourth quarter.

Sir Philip Green is seeking a buyer for BHS

Sir Philip Green will need all his deal-making prowess to sell BHS, observers believe

A successful sale of BHS will rely on all of owner Sir Philip Green’s legendary deal-making prowess, industry sources believe.

Black Friday’s high-profile promotion caused logistics chaos for some retailers but presents undeniable opportunities for others.

Comment: Is Black Friday more trouble than it is worth?

Black Friday’s high-profile promotion caused logistics chaos for some retailers but presents undeniable opportunities for others.

Comment: H&M to catch up on rivals with move into make-up

Organic growth is difficult to achieve, so some retailers are required to steal share from rivals or expand into new product sectors to grow.

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