Welcome to a brand new concept from The Industry – Inside the Industry. We have recruited two leading fashion experts – supermodel and presenter Jade Parfitt and fashion broadcaster Scott Wimsett – to go behind the scenes of the fashion industry and report back to our members and followers with the inside track via a dynamic video report.
By David Parsley at Property Week
Fashion and homes store The White Company is set to open its first store in in the US this summer in New York.
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By Sam Dean of The Telegraph
Google has publicly apologised after the growing scandal over extremist videos on YouTube led to a series of companies pulling their adverts from the internet giant.
The company has been accused of “profiting from hatred” following concerns that adverts are appearing alongside extremist material on its YouTube platform.
Marks & Spencer yesterday became the latest company to withdraw its adverts from Google, following in the footsteps of the likes of McDonald’s, L’Oreal and the BBC.
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Online retail sales in the UK were up 15% year on year in February with average basket values hitting a seven-year high, however growth in smartphone sales has slowed significantly.
A coat used to be a big deal. It was something made of wool. It was smart, even in its most directional form. And it was a major investment every winter. or every winter that you could afford…
Sainsbury’s clothing line Tu has launched a weather-responsive outdoor advertising campaign that will adapt the outfits shown in real time according to changes in the weather.
Apple chief design officer Sir Jonathan Ive has been revealed as a major backer of the new “tech-sessory” start-up Chaos, founded by fashion editors and stylists Charlotte Stockdale and Emma Lyall.
By Ashley Armstrong at The Telegraph
Former high street darling Next is expected to unveil its first fall in profits since the financial crisis this week, raising fresh fears about the strength of the company and challenges looming for wider retail sector.
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