After seeing the business for its unlimited rental model increase 125%, Rent the Runway (RTR) has introduced a new four-piece monthly subscription service, RTR Update, which launches with a national marketing campaign.
The New York City store on Madison Avenue replaces the American leather goods company's previous Fifth Avenue store, and offers the label's full collection, Surplus collection and collaboration with Céline Cousteau.
Corduroy is undeniably having a moment this season so the opening of a Soho, London flagship for the brand that describes itself as “the world's first premium corduroy fashion label for men and women” is good timing.
Last week retail N Brown said it was forging more partnerships with e-tailers for its brands and on Monday Koovs, the AIM-listed India-focused e-commerce business, said it would start selling N Brown’s Simply Be offer.
Luxury may have its ups and downs but Harrods makes money regardless. The Qatar Holding-owned London landmark has turned in an eighth successive year of record profits on the back of eight years of record sales.
The Italian luxury brand achieved a turnover of 1.3 billion euros for the financial year 2016/2017, quadrupling its net profit, which soared from approximately 18 million in 2015 to 80 million a year later.
Skincare brand Kiehl's is rolling out its ‘Apothecary Preparations' concept worldwide.The in-store service offers personalized skincare solutions that involve creating a unique blend of concentrates for each customer.
For three days the British shoe designer will offer a customization studio at Saks Fifth Avenue’s flagship store in New York City. The custom shoe studio celebrates the 10th anniversary of Saks’ 10022-Shoe.
A one-stop shop for all things bridal is set to open in a building close to London’s Oxford Street with entrepreneur George Hammer, the beauty entrepreneur who founded the Urban Retreat brand, launching the new concept.
Christmas shopping begins up to four months early for many Britons with around 20% of consumers starting it by September and a small-but-significant 5% actually shopping all year round with Christmas in mind.