Nordstrom has partnered with The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) to bring a unique assortment, including beauty, accessories and home decor, from MoMA's Design Store to the retailer's Pop-in@Nordstrom shop this holiday.
Kinvara Balfour, the editor, It-Gal and consultant of cool, has launched an online series called The Visionaries, an all-inclusive project for the Instagram generation of insightful interviews with many fashion greats.
We’ve seen Armani Hotels; Ferragamo golf courses; Stella McCartney dual-use skyscrapers and Roberto Cavalli nightclubs. Next step in designer living, a Rock 'N' Roll hotel by hipster lifestyle brand Lola James Harper.
Has the devastation of the UK high street made a dent at the value and older end of the fashion market? Bonmarché gave us some clues on Monday when it issued first-half results and it seems to be making progress.
If there was anything Azzedine Alaïa, the revered designer who died aged 77 this weekend, enjoyed more than actually making clothes, it was a meal with his “family” of supermodels, bold face names, artists and stars.
The Left Bank department store has revealed the theme of its next big exhibition, slated to open next February – "Let's go logo" – as well as two exclusive guests: the brands Off/White and Lola James Harper.
Outlet centre giant McArthurGlen saw sales rising fast in the last year as tourists from outside of Europe and price-conscious locals bought into its offer while higher-end new brands signed up to its malls
October was clearly a tough time for Ted Baker but the business, which is one of the UK's most successful fashion retailers, overcame the challenges with an e-tail surge and continuing wholesale strength.
Rebecca Minkoff has launched a new line of #alwayson handbags that contain a QR code for personalized product recommendations, promotions and video content, as part of the growing retail trend of the Internet of Things.
In an effort to meet consumer demand for immediate product deliveries, Nordstrom is launching 24/7 curbside pickup at ten stores over the holidays in a move designed to compete more aggressively with Amazon.
Boden has finally opened its central London store with its debut in Chelsea also being the retailer’s first high street store. The sizeable space is in Duke of York Square, the shopping centre on the King’s Road.