Jaeger, the historic British brand founded in 1884, launched onto the Italian market with the opening of four new shop-in-shops, two in Milan, one in Padua and finally one in Rome, which have all been built up in the ...
The new owners of British luxury fashion label Aquascutum are revamping its concession in department store Harrods and planning a big push in accessories as they look to revive the loss-making 159-year-old brand.
Sales at British luxury fashion brand Jaeger have grown strongly, shrugging off recent turmoil in financial markets, helped by a booming online business which is set to double in size over three years.
Fashion brand Jaeger is seeing strong demand for its autumn/winter collection and plans to open another four or five shops over the coming year, even as its owners look to expand their newly-acquired Aquascutum brand.
The catwalks are humming and buyers are still trawling the stands at London Fashion Week, but behind the scenes luxury clothing retailers are considering the knock-on effects of a global financial crisis.