Karen Millen

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    Karen Millen to boost experience with site revamp

    2009-06-12T00:00:00Z

    Karen Millen is to relaunch its website within the next three months to introduce a more personalised customer experience.

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    Principles administration leads to email deluge

    2009-05-28T09:43:00Z

    More than 5,000 customers and suppliers of defunct fashion retailer Principles have emailed the retailer’s administrator asking to recoup money or redeem vouchers.

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    Coast follows in Karen Millen’s Russian footsteps

    2009-05-01T00:00:00Z

    Aurora-owned fashion retailer Coast is to debut in Russia this autumn with a store in Moscow, and roll out to other Russian cities if successful.

  • Opinion

    Moscow embraces the mid-market

    2009-04-27T12:24:00Z

    Moscow has an impressive luxury brand offer, but in these straitened times it is the mid-market retailers such as Karen Millen that are really taking flight, so is the time right for more mid-market UK retailers to start a Russian love affair?

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    Aurora seeks rent relief from landlords

    2009-03-05T09:47:00Z

    Aurora, the new fashion group that owns Karen Millen, Coast, Oasis and Warehouse, is asking landlords of up to 90 of its stores to reduce their terms to prevent the closure of stores.

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    Mosaic has three months to refinance

    2009-02-23T09:00:00Z

    Fashion group Mosaic has just three months left to refinance.

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    Kaupthing to waive selected Mosaic covenants

    2009-02-16T12:19:39Z

    Mosaic has issued a statement confirming that Kaupthing will waive interest payments and temporarily waive its rights on selected financial covenants until its next payment date.

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    Landsbanki keeps retailers at bay over Baugur pickings

    2009-02-13T06:08:00Z

    Department store groups eager to cash in on the demise of Baugur may have a long wait, after Landsbanki reiterated its intention to retain the shares it now controls in Baugur-backed brands.

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    Baugur's retail stakes stir interest

    2009-02-09T08:37:08Z

    Retail investors including Sir Philip Green and Dragon’s Den star Theo Paphitis have been named as likely interested parties for Baugur assets, after its UK subsidiary was placed into administration at the close of last week.

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    Baugur in administration

    2009-02-06T11:42:47Z

    Updated: Baugur’s stakes in retailers House of Fraser, Hamleys, Aurum and Iceland have been placed in to administration.