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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.

John Lewis Oxford Street will next month host an interactive exhibition, allowing visitors to explore its history.

John Lewis reveals plans for 150th anniversary celebrations

John Lewis is to mark its 150th anniversary with a series of activities including an interactive exhibition charting its history, a TV ad, and collaborations with brands.

John Lewis said warm weather and its new store in York (pictured) propelled sales growth last week.

Warm weather and Easter holidays propel sales at John Lewis and Waitrose

John Lewis said warm weather and its new store in York propelled sales growth of 13% last week.

Joules is launching into eyewear as it seeks to grow the licensing part of the business.

Joules launches into eyewear with 'extensive' range

Joules is launching into eyewear as it grows the licensing part of the business.

Breakfast briefing

Breakfast briefing: Retail news on Footfall, Joules and Harvey Nichols

Retail news round-up on April 17, 2014: High street enjoys strongest rise in footfall for almost a year, Joules launches into eyewear with ‘extensive’ range, Harvey Nichols launches new e-commerce website

Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke on the grocer\'s full-year results

Video: Tesco chief executive Philip Clarke on the grocer's full-year profits fall Video

Tesco reported a fall in full-year profits today. Here, chief executive Philip Clarke talks about the results.

Survivors of the Rana Plaza collapse used the fabric they were working with as an escape chute to get clear of the rubble

Blog: Rana Plaza collapse shone spotlight on ethical shortfalls in industry

The first anniversary of the worst tragedy in the clothing industry will take place on April 24, marking a year since more than 1,200 people died in the collapse of the Rana Plaza factory in Bangladesh.

Marks and Spencer needs to continue to show transparency

Comment: Marks & Spencer should continue to show transparency in its updates

Under-pressure Marks & Spencer chief executive Marc Bolland offered a glimmer of hope in last week’s trading update. In what was a break from tradition, the retailer split out its clothing sales from the wider general merchandise performance.

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