The John Lewis department store chain had a good seven days in the period to June 16 as its 5.7% growth came on the back of rising fashion sales and a particularly good time for own-brands and menswear.
Amazon.com began offering its paid subscription service in Australia on Tuesday, wooing premium users with a way around the geoblock on its offshore websites that has drawn criticism in the world’s 12th-biggest economy.
Trouva, the UK retail marketplace platform that gives consumers access to merchandise from independent retailers, has added a number of Berlin stores to its existing offer after attracting investment cash in 2017.
Unilever's St. Ives is bringing back its Mixing Bar pop-up after a successful debut last year. This year's pop-up features more custom products, exclusive retail items, live music in store and online shopping.
Trading statements and results announcement are being closely watched at present as some global markets prove to be tough for fashion chains. So H&M was in the spotlight on Friday as it reported Q2 sales up 2%.
Ebay has issued an open call for users to list their sneakers through a specially curated space called Sneaker Drop. In addition to buying pre-owned shoes, Adidas, Stadium Goods and Reebok are offering special deals.