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Waitrose today opened its first train station store in London’s King’s Cross and says it sees a “huge opportunity” to target travel consumers.
Burberry chief executive Christopher Bailey has pocketed more than £5m from selling shares in the luxury retailer yesterday.
Marc Jacobs is opening a pop-up ‘tweet shop’ in Covent Garden next week where transactions will be based on social media interaction rather than cash.
Selfridges has taken the first steps to launching its ‘ultra-luxury’ Wonder Room online by selling Cartier on its website from this week.
Net-a-Porter boss Mark Sebba has revealed he is set to retire, ending more than a decade at the luxury online retailer.
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Tony Sheridan, managing director of Craft Retail Group speaks to Retail Week about the retailer launching in the US and his proudest achievement.
Fortnum & Mason’s chief executive Ewan Venters talks to Retail Week about the upcoming Heathrow Terminal 5 store, expansion and brand overhaul.
It appears that luxury brands are finally realising that online is a channel that cannot be ignored as Cartier has made the move to trade on Selfridges’ website.
As online retail become increasingly popular retailers must provide an in-store offer that can’t be experienced on a computer or smartphone.