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Upscale UK department store Harvey Nichols doubled its pre-tax earnings this year to £14.7 million – a stark contrast to rival chains.
Foot Locker Singapore has opened the second of three stores planned for the city this year.
Singapore casual dining brand 4Fingers has acquired a 50 per cent stake in Australian Mexican QSR brand Mad Mex Fresh Mexican Grill.
UK retailer Tesco has revealed the brand identity and store concept for its new value chain Jack’s.
Foreign exchange losses hobbled the recovery of Hong Kong-headquartered fast-fashion label Bossini.
Designer Masaba Gupta’s House of Masaba will open a pop-up shop in an Indian restaurant, Yantra, on Saturday.
Amazon US has launched Amazon Storefronts, a new place for customers to shop exclusively from some 20,000 small and medium-sized businesses.
Struggling fashion label Esprit is looking to a new CEO and incoming chairman to turn the business around after a horror year.
Online fashion retailer Zalora has released its own label, Zalora Basics.
Global H&M sales rose 9 per cent during the third quarter to August 31.
Second-hand luxury watch store Luxestyle will showcase around 600 timepieces at Singapore’s first preloved timepiece festival, Faces of Time.
Local police have accused 20 people of committing e-commerce crimes and a massive clothing theft.