Apparel and accessories brand Bimba & Lola will launch online store later this month, a move recently adopted by other Spanish labels, Zara and Desigual. All EU countries will then be able to access the beautiful A/W pieces.
The UK is the most mature market, but other countries increasingly contribute to the region's online buying clout. For example, France and Germany together boast 89 million Internet users in 2010 and the majority are online purchasers.
Issues of quality and sustainability which threaten the long-term growth of the premium cashmere industry are addressed at the Cashmere World trade fair. Event takes place 23 - 25 November 2010, Beijing.
In response to increasing demand in the international market houseoffraser.co.uk now offers a new competitively priced overseas delivery option for its online shoppers. Orders can be delivered to more than 20 countries across Europe, the USA, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand.
Gant’s world just got shook up, realising their potential in the kidswear market. The brand, at the height of its expansion builds on its clothes ranges for children, with dedicated factories and development in France.
Men's apparel retailer Casual Male Retail Group Inc's second-quarter profit beat Wall Street's expectations as gross margins widened, helped by tighter inventory control, and the company raised its full-year earnings outlook.
Hibbett Sports Inc reported a lower-than-expected quarterly profit as operating costs increased, but the sporting goods retailer raised its earnings view for the year citing strength in same-store sales trends going into the third-quarter.
Like.com, a four-year-old startup in San Mateo, CA, that created a “visual shopping” site underpinned by sophisticated computer vision has been acquired by Google, according to an announcement on Like’s website.