Struggling department store group Debenhams has today appointed advisory firm FRP Advisory as administrators, in order to protect the UK business from liquidation.&nbs
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group has offered to accept orders from suppliers that were in transit on 17 March at a 30% discount, to avoid cancelling them entirely.&nbs
Easter holiday is the second most important trading period in the retail calendar. What will be the long-term impact on fashion businesses of missing out on this four-day bank holiday bounce?&nbs
Business secretary Alok Sharma has penned a letter to key stakeholders in the retail sector to thank them for the vital work being carried out during the Covid-19 pandemic.&nbs
Sportswear giants Nike and Adidas have come top of a new ranking of the UK’s most-loved fashion brands based on Google search and social media following.&nbs
Half of the UK’s major non-food retailers will deplete their entire working capital within six months if the current lockdown period continues through the summer a new report has found.&nbs
An update of the industry’s charitable and positive news throughout the Covid-19 coronavirus crisis.&nbs
Several UK suppliers and manufacturers have asked why the government is not allowing them to provide scrubs and robes for the NHS amid the coronavirus crisis. Find out the answer here.&nbs
US fashion group Deckers Brands has appointed former Fat Face ecommerce boss Paul Wright as its new senior ecommerce director.
Topshop owner Arcadia is seeking to borrow up to £50m against its distribution centre, in an effort to support the business through the current coronavirus crisis.
H&M Group has signed a new 12-month revolving credit facility of €980 (£862m) to strengthen its financial position through the coronavirus crisis.&nbs
Asos CEO Nick Beighton has said Asos is “well placed” to survive the coronavirus crisis after a robust first half of the year.
Bosses at shopping centre owner Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW) will donate 25% of their pay to help support the fight against Covid-19.&nbs
Several independent businesses have asked whether they’re entitled to apply for the £25,000 Covid-19 grant if their rateable value is above the £51,000 threshold. Find out the answer here.&nbs
If the fashion industry moves just 3% of garment transportation from ship to air cargo, it could result in more than 100% more carbon emissions than if all garment transportation were by ship, experts have found.
Asos group sales dropped 20%-25% amid the coronavirus pandemic, after it achieved record interim profits.&nbs
Keep up to date with industry updates amid the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak.&nbs
The Court of Justice of the European Union has ruled that etailer Amazon is not liable where third-party sellers use the online marketplace for the sale of grey-market product.
Asos is close to finalising an extension to its debt facilities and a potential equity issuance, ahead of announcing its interim results tomorrow.
Councils across the UK, including Sunderland, Devon and Cornwall, have this week started making grant payments to eligible businesses and organisations amid the coronavirus.&nbs
Fortnum & Mason has reportedly placed 700 staff onto the government's emergency wage subsidy programme The post Coronavirus: 700 workers furloughed at Fortnum & Mason appeared first on Retail Gazette.
David Butler relfects on how Crew Clothing has "completely changed" since he took the helm three years ago. The post Big Interview: David Butler, CEO, Crew Clothing appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Business secretary Alok Sharma has urged UK retailers to continue trading online “as a vital lifeline” for the nation The post Retailers urged to continue trading online amid Covid-19 chaos appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Debenhams has officially filed for administration, making it the second time within a year that it has taken this kind of action. The post Debenhams officially files for administration appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Go Outdoors has temporarily rebranded itself as Go Indoors as part of a campaign to help keep people safe during the pandemic. The post Retail Gazette Loves: Go Outdoors rebrands to Go Indoors appeared first on Retail Gazette.
The Co-op pulls Easter egg TV advertising campaign, worth £2.5m, redirecting the funds and airtime to a new charity TV ad. The post Co-op pulls Easter eggs TV ad to support charities instead appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Morrisons has launched the next wave of its food boxes increasing producing more than tenfold to meet skyrocketing demand. The post Morrisons ramps up lockdown food box production tenfold to 100,000 and adds 2 new boxes appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Boots is set to temporarily close 60 of its stores in an effort to deploy pharmacists to where they're most needed. The post Boots closes 60 stores temporarily to move pharmacists to busier sites appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Supermarkets could be a hotbed for infection according to new research which used supercomputers to simulate the airborne spread The post Supermarkets could be a hotbed for infection according to new supercomputer modelling appeared first on Retail Gazette.
Louis Vuitton has announced it will begin producing free masks for frontline health workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. The post Louis Vuitton to make free masks for frontline health workers appeared first on Retail Gazette.