All the gloomy predictions about the UK’s Black Friday seems to have been wrong with early indications being that British consumers shopped enthusiastically and even visited more physical stores than expected
Danish fashion retail giant Bestseller released its full-year results on Monday and the numbers showed a business that’s continuing to drive sales upwards but is still facing the same challenges as its peers.
Rumours that Dr Martens could fetch as much as £1bn seem to be on the ball, and even a possible underestimation. Its private equity owners are reportedly seeking at least that figure to sell the expanding company.
The lawsuit alleges that Fashion Nova copied Versace’s copyrighted black and gold Barocco design, Pop Hearts design, and Jungle Print design, famously used in the dress Jennifer Lopez wore to the 2000 Grammy Awards.
U.S. shoppers made more purchases online on Black Friday than in the mall - hurting traffic and sales at physical stores, according to data that offered insight into one of the busiest shopping days of the year.
The latest player to enter the rapidly developing fashion rental market is Swedish fast fashion giant H&M, with a deft high street collection of archival evening wear, in a concept store that opens this Friday.
The volume of Black Friday payment transactions in Britain as of 10 a.m. was up 12.5% versus last year, initial data showed on Friday, bringing some cheer to UK retailers in need of a tonic after a troubled year.