The high-end lingerie label closed its first trading day on the Euronext Growth index at the Paris Stock Exchange with a share price increase of 22%, up to €5.50, equivalent to a market capitalisation of €578 million.
The US consultant, an acknowledged expert in the fashion and retail fields, has joined forces with the London-based service platform for emerging designers, strengthening Tomorrow London’s consulting branch.
After Shanghai and Paris, the label chose its flagship store on Paseo de Gracia as the ideal location to present its latest Autumn/Winter collection. The exclusive event was held in partnership with Kate Bosworth.
After envisaging a major Parisian presence at 386 rue Saint-Honoré, where Dior inaugurated a pop-up store at the end of 2017, the luxury label will instead open a 900 m2 flagship at number 261 on the same street.
John Lewis Partnership had plenty of news on Monday, although upbeat developments in its menswear offer and the addition of new independent directors were balanced out by fears that the company could report H1 losses.
Buying House of Fraser and ultimately loss-making stakes in firms like Debenhams and MySale may have been a chastening experience for Sports Direct boss Mike Ashley, but it hasn't stopped him from looking for more buys.
London’s two Westfield malls are continuing to attract the biggest international names and Furla has just announced that Westfield London, the recently extended mall, will host its third London boutique.
Alibaba Group chairman Jack Ma will step down from the Chinese firm on Tuesday, leaving his handpicked successor a daunting task of steering the $460bn firm when the market for its core e-tail business has slowed.
Oxfam has opened a ‘superstore’ that’s over 10 times the size of its usual charity shops and features an enviable line-up of designer labels as consumers increasingly seek alternatives to unsustainable fast fashion.
Environmental charity Redress announced the winner of the 2019 edition of its fashion design competition at a Grand Final Show attended by 1,000 fashion VIPs and industry experts in Hong Kong on Thursday.
Shares in struggling British shopping centre operator Intu Properties Plc jumped more than 20% on Monday after a report that private equity firm Orion Capital Managers was considering a buyout of the company.