John Lewis on Tuesday unveiled a big expansion of its fashion and beauty offer and the fashion labels it’s adding are designed to reflect the casualisation trend that has only accelerated in the past year.
John Lewis has announced the addition of 30+ new brands to its fashion, accessory and beauty offer for the autumn season. Some are already in-store with more due this month and the debuts set to continue into October.
Fat Face is on the verge of being taken over by its lenders, that include banks and debt funds, in a debt-for-equity swap designed to drastically reduce the firm’s borrowings and help it weather the coronavirus storm.
Fat Face’s CEO is on the way out, but it’s not the usual rapid exit from an under-performing company with the exec to stay for several months and saying the firm is “in good shape”. Anthony Thompson leaves in January.
Harvey Nichols and John Lewis are among the favourite stores for UK consumers but Topshop and Topman, Peacocks and JD Sports come much closer to the bottom of the list in a new poll from Which that looked at 100 chains.
M&S has named its new head of fashion, beauty and interiors and after scouring the fashion sector the retailer has appointed a senior executive from… the car accessories sector. Its new exec is currently CEO of Halfords.