High-street retailers, and jobs, have been evaporating as U.K. consumers quickly switched to online shopping during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Stores may have reopened two weeks ago, but they’ve only just begun to count the cost of lockdown closures, and new social distancing measures.
The store has pivoted its attention to men’s after the successful relaunch of its women’s offer and shopfit last year.
Silas Capital makes multimillion-dollar investment in the wallet start-up.
First-half revenues were down and losses grew into the millions in a tough start to the year.
The British retailer has revamped its logo and women’s wear floor, which is putting the spotlight on its in-house labels and exclusive brand partnerships.
Parliament’s environmental audit committee will examine fashion’s eco-footprint.
The 33 million-pound Westfield London store spans four floors and is a part of the 600 million-pound extension of the shopping center.
They are trying to promote inclusivity and avoid reinforcing gender stereotypes.
Nickolds will be the store’s first female director, taking over from Andy Street.