Timberland has named industry veteran Chris McGrath as its new vice president of global footwear design, where he will lead the brand’s footwear design strategy across men’s, women’s and kids’ as well as accessories.
Christopher Raeburn is rebranding to simply ‘Raeburn’ and has introduced a new logo that revisits the brand’s origins, when the designer used old military surplus, including parachutes, to make new clothing.
Christopher Raeburn has named his brother Graeme performance director at his brand, which may not sound like big news, but certainly is given the changes happening at the label and Graeme's impressive background.
UK retail may be under a dark cloud at the moment, but new retail developments have come thick and fast this year and the latest is the opening of Coal Drops Yard at King's Cross with a quirky mix of stores.
Eyewear company Marcolin Group and TBL Licensing LLC are entering into an early renewal of their licensing agreement for the design, production and worldwide distribution of Timberland optical frames and sunglasses.