“You really wanted to look after your customer, to help them. You wanted them to come to you because you’ve got the best of the best,” said Browns’ honorary chairman Joan Burstein in a joint interview with the chief executive officer Holli Rogers.
The British retailer is marking the anniversary with a new campaign featuring friends, old and new, recalling their most treasured fashion memories and the pure joy of dressing.
The London retailer has partnered with sought-after wellness, fitness and fashion professionals to offer a new set of virtual and physical services.
The dialogue for collaboration started in connection with Browns’ 50th anniversary this year.
The label’s designer Hillary Taymour created a capsule collection for Browns using deadstock T-shirts from Ghana’s Kantamanto Market, the world’s largest secondhand clothing market.
The series celebrates the work of Black creatives within Kamara’s network across fashion, music, film, gaming and more.
High-end watch sales may be down, but they’re not out, thanks to flush local customers and brands’ wholehearted embrace of e-commerce.
As stores close and physical interactions are minimized, online content and communication is critical for brands and retailers to keep moving, share positivity and service clients.
Stylist Nausheen Shah’s line with Monica Sordo is offering a new more ethical, artistic and limited-edition offer to the category.
Retailers including Harrods, Selfridges and SpaceNK are keeping their doors open despite dwindling footfall, while others have shuttered temporarily.
The Nigerian designer is seeking investors for his brand, a favorite of Naomi Campbell, as he gears up for his Paris runway debut.
“Weeping Eye,” the first of their partnership collections, is available at top global retailers and online.