Looks like Nicolas Ghesquière may, finally, be about to open his own fashion label. Though perhaps not next season. This weekend on French TV, he suggested creating his own brand was “much closer to reality.”
Mr Porter is helping Ralph Lauren celebrate its 50th birthday in style. The retailer has teamed up with the American heritage brand on a capsule menswear collection that revisits some of the label's signature pieces.
The latest tenant to land in London’s Carnaby area is Happy Socks with landlord Shaftesbury saying the company will join its line-up with a store on Foubert’s Place, very close to tourist destination Carnaby Street.
Topshop has taken down an in-store feminist display less than half an hour after it had been put up and the retailer seems to have realised it had blundered as it’s since apologised and made a donation to charity.
H&M is acquiring a stake in Swedish fintech company Klarna, the Financial Times reported. The world's second-largest clothes retailer is paying SEK 185 million (15.6 million pounds) for a stake of less than 1 percent.
In a short statement on Monday, French Connection confirmed what had been rumoured for some time with the company saying that it’s looking at its strategy options and one of those could include a sale.