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Waitrose has notched up a record grocery market share as its sales outperformed the market, the latest Kantar data showed.
Retail news round-up on October 21, 2014: Amazon hires 13,000 Christmas staff, Mulberry launches click-and-collect and eBay board member steps down.
Mulberry is tapping up a designer from French fashion house Céline as its new creative director, as it seeks to turnaround the business.
Retail news round-up on October 20, 2014: Tesco investigation finds evidence of a cover-up; warm weather hurts footfall;Wolseley eyes return to retail with Better Bathrooms acquisition and more.
Luxury food and drink retailer The East India Company is to open a store at London’s Royal Exchange as part of expansion plans.
Mulberry has issued a profit warning after a plunge in revenues in the face of “continuing headwinds affecting the luxury sector”.
Andy Barwood, creative director of Indicia compares the respective Convent Garden store offers of Paul Smith and Office.
The fashion brand Club Monaco has opened a store in Sloane Square, using visual merchandising to introduce itself to customers and local retailers.
With ecommerce becoming increasingly prevalent, luxury retailers must improve their online and delivery service or risk losing their customers.
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.