UK fashion e-tailer I Saw It First has seen sales in its domestic market soaring, despite a drop in international revenues in the latest financial year, accounts filed at Companies House showed this week.
As the sustainability movement grows in the fashion and textiles industry so more companies are finding collaborations the way forward to develop their eco identities. The latest are Turtle Doves, iinouiio and Socko.
Easy payments financier Klarna has launched a campaign with credit/debit card giant Visa to promote its own Klarna card during the UEFA Women’s Euro 2022 football tournament which runs across 6-31 July in England.
Quiz's results for the year to the end of March showed a “strong revenue recovery and return to profitability” with the company back on track. Q1 has also started well, although it’s cautious for the rest of 2022.
Sainsbury's, one of the UK's biggest supermarkets and the owner of the giant Tu clothing brand, issued a trading statement for the 16 weeks to the end of June on Tuesday and its fashion ops are doing reasonably well.
Sicilian fashion designers, artisans, and brands will be out in force at the Hyve Group-organised Pure London show this month (17-19 July). Regione Siciliana will be showing in the UK for the first time.
Fast Retailing’s Uniqlo sales in its Japanese market went into reverse again during June. But the bad news wasn't all it seemed and was due to calendar effects, with combined May and June sales actually rising strongly.