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The North Face: head of Europe to lead US business

The North Face: head of Europe to lead US business

Jan Van Leeuwen, who led the VF Corp group's outdoor brand in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, will soon move to the U.S. headquarters to become general manager of the Americas.
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Regulator launches Studio Retail audit probe

Regulator launches Studio Retail audit probe

Financial statements for the 2020/21 year from Studio Retail are being investigated by industry watchdog the Financial Reporting Council (FRC).
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Leeds cancels Christmas market, other events due to budget pressure

Leeds cancels Christmas market, other events due to budget pressure

Leeds has become the latest city to cancel its annual Christmas market, citing “significant budget pressures”, despite the event attracting a quarter of a million visitors annually.
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Timberland and Raeburn launch fully recyclable Timberloop boot

Timberland and Raeburn launch fully recyclable Timberloop boot

It’s billed as an “always evolving project towards a greener future” and true to their words, Timberland and Raeburn have announced their latest collaboration, an eco boot that can be “fully disassembled and recycled". 
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H&M launches first dance collection under Move banner

H&M launches first dance collection under Move banner

​With performance activewear and athleisure still riding high, more mainstream retailers are moving into areas once the preserve of sport specialists. And they’re becoming more niche too, focusing on specific activities.
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Ashley James named as Sainsbury's Tu Clothing brand ambassador

Ashley James named as Sainsbury's Tu Clothing brand ambassador

Supermarket fashion brand Tu Clothing has unveiled Ashley James as an ambassador. The 12-month deal sees her becoming an official advocate of the brand’s womenswear, baby clothing, childrenswear, and maternity ranges.
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UK retail sales struggled in September, but fashion stayed positive

UK retail sales struggled in September, but fashion stayed positive

​September saw the slowest retail sales growth since shops reopened post-Covid, as inflation, economic crises, and an unexpected public holiday took their toll, the latest BDO High Street Sales Tracker showed on Friday.
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Tendam begins refinancing €540 million bond debt after growing 12% in H1

Tendam begins refinancing €540 million bond debt after growing 12% in H1

The Spanish fashion group has recently launched a €300 million bond issue on the Luxembourg stock market, underpinned by its positive results in H1, when the group generated a revenue of €577.4 million.
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Nanushka launches new alternative to leather

Nanushka launches new alternative to leather

The Hungarian firm founded by Sandra Sándor took advantage of its presentation at Paris fashion week to unveil its latest innovation: a material even more sophisticated than its already well-known "vegan leather".
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Britons have too much unworn clothing, but also becoming more thrifty - WRAP report

Britons have too much unworn clothing, but also becoming more thrifty - WRAP report

​UK consumers collectively have as many as 1.6 billion items of unworn clothing in their wardrobes with each person owning an average of 118 items, of which 26% have been unworn for at least a year.
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A vibrant exhibition celebrates the gold in Yves Saint Laurent's fashion

A vibrant exhibition celebrates the gold in Yves Saint Laurent's fashion

The Yves Saint Laurent museum in Paris is highlighting the use of gold in the designer's work with an exhibition named "Gold by Yves Saint Laurent".
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LA Fashion Week makes a good entrance

LA Fashion Week makes a good entrance

For its brand new edition, LA fashion week has convinced. The stars were there, the beautiful set-up too, and the first collection of the label AnOnlyChild did not disappoint. 
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Superdry upbeat but cautious as profits return

Superdry upbeat but cautious as profits return

​Superdry had generally good news on Friday as it reported a return to profitability in FY22, and “good progress” on its strategic objectives. But it also said FY23's profit will be lower.
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Nordstrom chief technology, information officer to leave

Nordstrom chief technology, information officer to leave

Nordstrom Inc. announced on Wednesday that Edmond Mesrobian, the company’s chief technology and information officer, is stepping down from his position, effective October 14, 2022. 
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J.C. Penney to hire over 20,000 workers this holiday season

J.C. Penney to hire over 20,000 workers this holiday season

J.C. Penney said on Thursday it would hire more than 20,000 team members this holiday season.
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Paris Saint-Germain partners with Lids on retail expansion

Paris Saint-Germain partners with Lids on retail expansion

French football club Paris Saint-Germain announced on Thursday an expanded partnership with Fanatics and sport retailer Lids to grow its retail presence in Europe.  
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