Landsdec is moving to the next phase of its growth strategy. And that means there's no position for Chief Operating Officer Colette O'Shea. But she will remain COO until next March, leaving “after a transitional period”.
BDO’s August High Street Sales Tracker on Friday showed that the last few weeks of the summer saw the slowest growth in UK retail sales figures since the sector reopened post-lockdowns. But fashion sales did rise.
Fashion e-tail giant ASOS issued the briefest of trading updates on Friday and said that profit for the full year will come in within expectations, but at the bottom end of the range it previously predicted.
Beauty specialist Warpaint London’s trading update on Thursday showed continued strength at the company with current trading looking good and its results for the 2022 full year now expected to be ahead of expectations.
KCD, the PR firm, which works with luxury brands such as Givenchy and Marine Serre, announced the promotions of Dale Westgarth, Julie Beynon and James Deeny to senior vice president of media relations.
Entrepreneur Kim Kardashian and a former partner at Carlyle Group Inc Jay Sammons are launching a new private equity firm focused on investing in consumer and media businesses, according to a joint statement.
It’s been a busy week so far for Boots. Fresh from announcing the launch of a new online marketplace from next spring, the UK health & beauty retail giant is now launching a major budget range of products.
On the occasion of Paris Fashion Week, which will start on September 26, L'Oréal Paris, official partner of the event, will stage the fifth edition of its fashion show at the city’s Military Academy on October 2.
UK health & beauty retail giant Boots is to launch a new online marketplace next spring that will add third-party brands into its digital offer, greatly extending the range of products available on its core website.
In a growing trend dubbed ‘dopamine dressing’, new research reveals 59% of people have purchasing an item that gives them “a feeling of escapism” in the last six months as the cost-of-living crisis deepens.